Changes (for the better) are coming to Fierce's newsletters and websites

mike dano

Next week you will see a different Fierce. We're going to launch a redesigned website and newsletter on Monday that are intended to make it easier and quicker for you to get your Fierce news and insights.

So what exactly is changing? The websites will look better, they'll load faster and they'll be easier to navigate. The newsletters too will be shorter, cleaner and easier to digest. And everything will look better on those new-fangled smartphones and tablets I keep hearing about.

What's not changing is our award-winning team and our commitment to quality work. We're still going to tell you what's going on in the telecom industry by writing breaking news, scoops, in-depth articles, executive interviews or thoughtful opinion pieces. And we're still going to be on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. And our sales team, headed by Publisher Kevin Gray, is still going to be doing their thing.

So what do you need to do? The answer to that is: Nothing! Just swing by next week and let us know what you think about the changes. –Mike | @mikeddano

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