Explore the New queenscourier.com – QNS.com

Explore the New queenscourier.com

With the launch of our redesigned, innovative web site, The Schneps Communications family of publications continues its tradition of aiming to provide the most comprehensive coverage in the borough. We are proud to say that the new qns.com provides even more information than in the past and puts you in the driver’s seat with exciting interactive features.
The web site is updated every day with new stories and content, offering users a multitude of opportunities to get involved.
Be sure to read our new blogs - they are a way to access new opinions, but more importantly, our new blogs are forums for you to exchange your thoughts and attitudes. Whether it’s local sports, politics, civics, education, the arts or community issues, our blogs offer you the chance to take part in a dialogue, simply by clicking “comment” when an issue gets you going.
Queenscourier.com’s new interactive photo galleries are more than just a display of our photography - they are a place for you to become involved by submitting your photos too. User-interaction is the engine that drives our new web site and we hope you will have no reservations in getting involved.
One of the great innovations is that qns.com now features video to go along with our award-winning stories. We are the only weekly newspaper in the New York metropolitan market to do so. Our local videos and audio slideshows offer you unparalleled additional perspectives to our written words. We have placed our video content on virtually every page on the new web site so that it is always at your fingertips. Moreover, we add content throughout the week so there are constantly new videos for you to watch, enjoy and respond to! We urge you to comment and vote on our videos!
Our interactive calendar of events allows you to upload all of your community, civic, arts and business listings directly onto our site. Events are listed by day and searched for by ‘type.’
In an effort to become even more localized, we will be providing you with a unique web site for every community in the borough. We have already launched the Bayside site and we will be unveiling our guides to other Queens communities very soon.
We hope you will use these pages as virtual community centers, enabling you to search for a community organization or service, find out about local political representation or neighborhood stats like crime and demographics, or stay in the loop on local news, restaurants, real estate and commerce.
If you do not see your organization on one of our lists, please let us know! And if your community’s page is missing something, tell us about it!
The Queens Courier has always been “All About You.” With our new web site, our motto has gained added dimensions. Tell us what you like, what you do not like and, most importantly, what you would like to see. Whether it is a story idea, a comment on one of our new videos, a suggestion or a concern, we always look forward to hearing from you! Email us at webmaster@queenscourier.com.
We have re-created our website into an exciting and interactive vehicle of 21st century journalism that is asking for your involvement. Be sure to use it and we are sure you will enjoy it.

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