The C-J gets a facelift

After waiting through a few hours of “server is busy” responses, local media watchdogs will notice that The Courier-Journal launched its redesigned website this afternoon featuring new colors and alternations to the comments section.

In response to stories, readers can now give comments a thumbs up or thumbs down andsign in through Facebook rather than a separate C-J account. As others have pointed out, early reactions have been dismissive of the changes thus far. The new design also appears to be a nationwide change for all newspapers under the Gannett Company, the country’s biggest newspaper publisher which owns The C-J.

One Comment

  1. Dave Morse
    Posted February 10, 2011 at 11:31 pm | Permalink

    Sigh. Still invasive web advertising. Not worth casually browsing.

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