WASHINGTON, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Red Alert Politics (RAP) has a new look and new leadership.
RedAlertPolitics.com has bigger images, brighter colors, and an overall better design, including a fully integrated mobile site. MediaDC Digital Director David Lindsey says, "RAP's new website, designed by Mike King, is as dynamic and as cutting edge as their journalism." Today, websites must be fast, fun, and mobile friendly, and the new Red Alert delivers.
Newly appointed RAP Editor Chris Deaton, who was promoted from Managing Editor, takes the helm as founding Editor Francesca Chambers moves on to the Daily Mail. He previously worked as a legislative and communications aide on Capitol Hill and as an editorial writer for the Press-Enterprise in Riverside, California. He earned a master's degree from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.
"As a brand created by and for young adults, Red Alert Politics frames the political news of the day with flair and wit," Deaton says. "We deliver stories readers can't get anywhere else."
"Red Alert Politics has expanded its audience and influence since launching two years ago. The redesign will spawn future growth," says Lou Ann Sabatier, CEO of MediaDC. "Francesca Chambers has been integral to the success of RAP to date, and we thank her for the passion she brought to the publication. Under Chris Deaton's leadership, we will continue providing young adults with timely, reliable, and exciting political content."
Red Alert Politics, the leading online publication created by young conservatives for young conservatives, engages a center-right audience, inviting readers into lively discussions on the hot political topics of the day. It is a one-stop news site, featuring breaking headlines, political entertainment, and much more. Red Alert Politics is published by MediaDC, a subsidiary of Clarity Media.
For more information on Red Alert Politics' new website or Editor Chris Deaton, contact Grace Paine Terzian at [email protected], 1-202-459-4922.