17 February 2009

Power Of The Web: Examiner To Resume!

UPDATE: 3:21 -- Baltimore Spectator website flooded with hits from around the world looking for information not on any other website. Investigative reporter Stephen Janis bombarded with numerous media requests as a result of the reporting on this site.

In a conversation with The Spectator, Janis refused to release the address of the website, but stated more information is forth coming, and Baltimore Spectator readers will be among first to know.

Local main stream media scrambling to catch up and confirm story first broken on this page.

UPDATE: 2:30 PM -- **EXCLUSIVE** Stephen Janis spoke to The Baltimore Spectator -- "We plan to focus on the investigative reporting the people of Baltimore expect from us."

BREAKING NEWS: Original story

(The Baltimore Spectator) 8:20 AM -- Just announced on the Ed Norris show, heard on 105.7 The Fan; the former employees of The Baltimore Examiner are working on a brand new news website to be launched next week. Stephen Janis, senior investigative reporter at the now defunct Baltimore Examiner made the announcement around 8:15 this morning.

Launch of the site is planned for next week with official announcement to be made on the Ed Norris Show. Janis stated he was hard at work, still out in the field gathering news and working on future stories to be included in the new site. Stay tuned.

You heard it here first, now stay tuned for all the rest to follow.

filed by;

A.F. James MacArthur

Managing Editor

Also see;

BREAKING NEWS: Baltimore Examiners Launch InvestigativeVoice.com

JAMMED: Examiners Returning Nearly Crashes Site

CENSORSHIP: Baltimore Sun Bans The Baltimore Spectator

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