HOBOKEN, N.J., Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Credit Union Times announced today a new sophisticated look with its October 27, 2010 issue. Credit Union Times has been the number 1 independent news source in the credit union industry since its debut in 1990. With strong success online, reaching more than 45,000 unique visitors per month to cutimes.com, the redesign of the publication creates a more sophisticated, cohesive experience for the 7,000 paid subscribers to the weekly magazine.
A modern logo, new tag line, quick-read prompts, and extended coverage are just some of the many new, reader-friendly features of Credit Union Times. The same quality content and thought-provoking editorial will be featured, but expanded online guides titled "Next Steps" direct readers to supplemental information online and "The Rundown" highlights key points of longer articles, helping readers decide if they want to read on or turn the page. Incorporating new fonts and a new design allows for more energy and flexibility to feature key news stories, while callouts along the bottom draw reader attention to interior articles.
"No other credit union industry publication can beat Credit Union Times on accuracy, timeliness and unbiased news. We understand our readers are smart, forward-thinking credit union professionals, and we wanted to mirror that in the magazine. The updated look is not only more attractive for readers but also better integrates the magazine with our highly informative and successful website to provide more comprehensive information," says Editor-in-Chief Sarah Snell Cooke.
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Summit Business Media, parent company of Credit Union Times, is the leading B2B media company serving the insurance and investment markets. Through its Media and Reference Divisions, SBM publishes 17 magazines, more than 30 targeted industry websites, and 150 reference titles. The Events Division hosts a dozen conferences supporting these brands. SBM's Data Division is the leading provider of group benefits and retirement prospecting tools and insurance industry financial data. For more information, visit sbmedia.com.
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