Thursday, May 21, 2009

Evidently Some Media Got It All Wrong: Citizen Alive

Posted By on Thu, May 21, 2009 at 10:06 PM

In the Tucson Citi ... I mean tucsoncitizen.com, Mark Evans tried to set the record straight on exactly what's going on at the publication that used to be in a printed format, but is now on a computer-only format, but without all that news stuff ... Oh boy.

The lawyers claimed at the hearing on Monday the site is "robust." Maybe they were referring to its potential, just like Evans. This tidbit from him, also used the word robust, was robust with comments that were at times cheerful and optimistic, and others were in this nature: You've got to be kidding.

In another article, Evans says that by June 1 the Web site, which he admits currently resembles the online presence of a daily newspaper (that no longer exists), will make good on a robust promise to be the voice of Tucson and may eventually include a sports writer.

Well, yeah, I guess you can't be the voice of Tucson without sports. Right?

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