If you’re reading this editorial, you are among the fortunate to see it ushered in. Many didn’t make it. Now it’s finally arrived, as always, the beginning of a New Year provides us with a fresh, new start. It’s an opportunity to reflect on the past and look toward the future, allowing us to make plans and set goals for overall improvement as individuals, organizations, and most importantly a nation.
As we enter the 13th year of the 3rd millennium, we here at the Call and Post hope for love, peace, happiness, and prosperity throughout Ohio’s Black communities and beyond.
As a media outlet, we seek to discover more inventive, creative ways to engage our readers as well as serve our advertisers. We know this will be a challenge since the industry has moved heavily toward providing information through digital formats. It’s want the consumers are demanding.
But, we’ve never backed down to obstacles before and don’t plan to start doing so now.
For the last 96 years, we have printed a paper every week with fail. And, understanding our demographic – a lot of whom who lack access to the internet or cable or smart phones, we will continue to print the news that’s important to you, to keep you informed of what’s going on in our community, across the country, and around the globe.
We will continue to be a voice for the voiceless, the people’s paper, be it on printed paper or via the worldwide web. Be sure to visit us at www.callandpost.com