BlogRolls are Out – Peer Media Is In

April 6th, 2010
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Blogrolls are out - Peer Media is in. As social media continues to change and evolve – it has gone from a place where content is merely pushed out to the masses to one where engagement reigns supreme.

In that spirit, we are looking to replace the BurrellesLuce blogroll – which is compiled by our contributors – with content driven by you, our readers and fans.

So, tell us:

  • What are your go-to online media sources?
  • Which industry-related blogs top your RSS feed?
  • What online media can’t you wait to dig-into first thing in the morning?

We’ll tally up your responses and feature the top resources in a new section called, “Peer Media.”

Perhaps you prefer the online edition of the New York Times. Maybe it is the Huffington Post. Whatever your preferences, we want to know. Leave a comment below or connect with us on Facebook or Twitter. And be sure to look for an update soon, revealing what your peers had to say.

One Response to “BlogRolls are Out – Peer Media Is In”

  1. Hey:

    New York Times web site, cnn.com, my local http://www.dailyherald.com, cbssports.com (fantasy baseball), chicagotribune.com, mlb.com, chicagonow.com, ihsa.org (Illinois High School Association), http://www.colum.edu (my employer), and wherever else it’s happening…customizing these and setting up my own feeds enables me to get ailor-made news each morning, which I supplement watching HLN, CNN and ESPN and listening to WBBM News Radio 780.

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