Help Poynter improve its website

My top priority as editor of The Poynter Institute's website is to find the best online method for delivering media news and education. I think listening to our readers is the best way to do this. That is why we are conducting a website user survey to better get to know our readers and figure out how to best serve them.

In addition to the survey, we plan to have one-on-one conversations with people interested in talking to us, and you can send an email to at any time with ideas and suggestions.

It can be a real challenge to manage a website with the amount of content we have. Keeping up with ever-evolving Web technology and trends presents another challenge. That’s where you, the user of our website, come in; we need your input to help guide and shape's design, look and feel. If you can find the time to take this short survey, we will show our appreciation by entering you in a drawing for a grand prize of a 64GB iPad Mini, a second prize of a 10-pack of NewsU webinars or a third prize of an autographed copy of Roy Peter Clark’s book "How to Write Short" (contest rules).

We appreciate your taking the time to help us continually improve the site.

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    Seth Liss

    Seth Liss is the editor of He was previously the online managing editor of WAMU, a public radio station in Washington, D.C. Before that, he was the online content editor of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel and a producer at the San Jose Mercury News.


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