Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Should Arkansas Watch Also Cover National Issues?

We are considering adding national issues to our format here at Arkansas Watch. In the past we have stuck with state and local issues. In making this move, we hope to add national stories without taking away from our state and local ones. In other words, we hope this would increase the number of articles.

We hope the effect will be to make us a bit more like an alternative version of the Democrat Gazette online (though I doubt we will have a sports section). They have state and local news, but also cover national stories.
What do you think, should we expand our scope? We welcome our readers constructive input on this question.


Blogger The Partisan Arkansan said...

I love the local issues , But national could pull in other surfers that has no interest in Arkansas issues there by bringing new blood to the mix, But youll also have more anoymous junk , just my two cents

6:35 PM, May 10, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I like the idea, as long as Holt doesn't run for national office. In that case, I don't think I could stand it anymore.

Other than that, go for it.

7:21 PM, May 10, 2006  
Anonymous OT99 said...

I agree with the first post. there's good reasons for either way you go.

it's your blog, do what you want!

11:13 PM, May 10, 2006  
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12:35 AM, May 11, 2006  
Blogger Nom Deguerre said...

There is an update to that thread about three stories down.

8:27 AM, May 11, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No, there are plenty of national conservative (and liberal) blogs but not enough focused on Arkansas. With the way the liberals dominate the Arkansas media, we need more alternatives and your best work is heling provide the "other side" to the biased coverage of the Demozette.

8:33 AM, May 11, 2006  

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