InDaily announces new website design and editorial team changes

InDaily has a new website designed to make the user experience much easier, while the publication’s editorial team has undergone changes.

The announcement:

The award-winning daily digital news service, InDaily, has recently launched a new website with new features that include easier navigation and a more comprehensive homepage.

InDaily is the flagship publication of South Australian-based national publishing company, Solstice Media, a unique national company working on innovative national publishing projects. Their other publications include SALIFE which recently celebrated its 20th anniversary, CityMag, which has been running for a decade, and The Post.

The refreshed website offers a significantly improved user experience and quicker loading time, featuring a simplified navigation to all of the news, opinion and features readers have come to expect from Adelaide’s leading independent news website.

Readers will also find easy links to a growing network of affiliated sites, covering the best of South Australia, national news and local arts and culture.

Advertisements are easier to view, with a layout of eye-catching, sticky medium-sized rectangles and half page ads on desktop, and prominent leaderboards on mobile. These changes are just the first stage with the website undergoing new features and further enhancements which will be launched later this year.

Visitors to the homepage will find more local, independent journalism than ever before, while the editorial content continues to be elevated with changes to the reporting team’s responsibilities.

Solstice Media’s managing director, Paul Hamra, is excited to announce the recent changes at InDaily.

“We’re proud to announce an improved user experience of the InDaily website which will make it easier for readers to access and navigate the stories that matter to them.

“We have also made recent changes to our editorial team that will give our readers an even more in-depth coverage of politics, Adelaide City Council and breaking news.”

Thomas Kelsall has been appointed state political reporter. Kelsall, who was named Young Journalist of the Year at the 2023 SA Media Awards, will continue InDaily’s tradition of fiercely independent, incisive coverage of South Australian politics.

Reporter Helen Karakulak will replace Kelsall as city reporter, covering Adelaide City Council and all issues affecting the CBD. She will continue to write news and features for CityMag, part of InDaily’s network.

Isabella Kelly, a recent graduate of law and journalism from UniSA, has been appointed as a breaking news reporter for InDaily.

“The future of independent journalism is stronger than ever. InDaily is in good hands with our dynamic team of journalists that strive to deliver the best local coverage of the issues that matter to South Australians,” Paul concluded.

Source: BPR


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