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A Note From Truthdig's Publisher on Our New Design

Updated Aug. 18

Dear Readers:

We hope you are enjoying the contemporary look, the modern technology and the innovative features of Truthdig’s redesign, launched Aug. 9. The revamped system that accompanies the new format provides, among other things, advanced search and navigation capabilities that make it easier to explore our award-winning content on mobile devices.

New features include:

  • The Truthdig Scrapbook, which showcases art created to illustrate our articles
  • New photo essay capabilities
  • An ability for readers to bookmark articles
  • A way for readers to follow authors and receive updates
  • A cartoon page with easy search for archival items

In addition, Truthdig authors now can add to and update their articles with a feature called “More Thoughts.”

We encourage you to set up a login if you have not already done so. Joining the Truthdig community can give you new insights into our website, its news and commentary gathering, and its sponsored activities.

On the left side of our home page there’s a feedback box in which you may submit comments or questions about our changes.

I and Editor in Chief Robert Scheer, who co-founded Truthdig with me in 2005, value you as readers and, in many cases, financial supporters of the website. We would be pleased to hear what you think of the publication’s new look.


Zuade Kaufman, Publisher

Zuade Kaufman
Truthdig co-founder and publisher Zuade Kaufman is the only female publisher of serious political news on the West Coast, and her core values are reflected in the site’s content and choice of writers.…
Zuade Kaufman

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