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New look at minnesotapublicradio.org

Posted at 4:11 PM on September 10, 2006 by Bill Wareham (2 Comments)

MPR's main online portal - minnesotapublicradio.org - got a makeover that went into effect this afternoon. This is both a welcome change and a challenge for MPR News. The minnesotapublicradio.org page had been kind of an all-purpose corporate gateway. You can still get to info on everything you need from that page, including access to the portals for each broadcast service (via the tabs in the upper right corner.) But the centerpiece of the page is now content, especially that produced by MPR News. It'll be up to us to keep the page fresh enough to keep you coming back.

You can find out more about the redesign here. Let us know what you think of it. We've tweaked the page already in response to user testing we conducted over the last couple of weeks; I'm guessing more tweaking will take place over time.

A couple of days ago I mentioned that the Operations staff doesn't get the thanks it deserves - the same goes to the behind-the-sceners in New Media. So, here's a big 'Thank You' to the team behind the redesign, especially Matt Thueson, Ben Tesch and John Pearson.


Comments (2)


For Al Franken,
I live in Wisconsin but would love to help on your campaign. I think you are brilliant and I think Norm Coleman is a Carpetbagger.

Posted by cheryl boetcher | February 15, 2007 12:12 PM


For Al Franken,
I live in Wisconsin but would love to help on your campaign. I think you are brilliant and I think Norm Coleman is a Carpetbagger.

Posted by cheryl boetcher | February 15, 2007 12:12 PM