Readers: Welcome to new offerings on SaportaReport
Good changes are under way at SaportaReport.com.
On Tuesday, we will launch the first weekly edition of the SaportaReport e-newsletter that will highlight our latest offerings — stories and columns — appearing on my website. Over the past several months, several of you have asked to become SaportaReport subscribers, and we are happy to finally be able to oblige.
SaportaReport.com has been a unique venue for news and commentary on issues and people important to citizens who care about metro Atlanta. And we are happy to tell you about several new offerings.
Recently, SaportaReport.com has increased its coverage, adding former AJC reporter David Pendered as a regular writer covering local government and community stories, as well as former AJC film critic Eleanor Ringel Cater, who is contributing a weekly movie column.
We will continue to have weekly guest columns from top business and civic leaders about issues critically important to the Atlanta region. As always, you are welcome to join in the conversation — by offering comments on stories or by contributing your own guest column.
We also want you to know that here are several ways you can support SaportaReport.com. You can advertise on our site; you can become a sponsor of SaportaReport; or you can own an “advocacy” section on the website.
If you’d like to advertise on SaportaReport, please contact Jeff Cochran at [email protected]
If you’d like to consider becoming a sponsor of the website or to “own” an advocacy position, please contact Chris Schroder at [email protected]
Also, please feel free to contact me at [email protected]
If for some reason you do not want to receive the weekly edition of the SaportaReport e-newsletter, you will have an opportunity to “unsubscribe.”
Thank you for all your interest in SaportaReport.com over the last couple of years, and we hope you’ll stick with us as we get bigger and better in the months and years to come.
As always, we look forward to working with you in helping make the Atlanta region as great as it can be.