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Daily launches new Web site

FRISCO – The Web sites for the Summit Daily News and the four local Alive sites combined midnight Tuesday, allowing surfers to find news, entertainment and tourism information on one, consolidated site.

The new site, at

http://www.summitdaily.com, now features information from the Breckenridge, Copper, Keystone and Frisco Alive sites, which were previously at separate addresses and forced navigators looking for local information to spend time bouncing back and forth between the four main pages.

“It’s a matter of leveraging the news and information of the Summit Daily with the Summit County experience pages, to help viewers have a one-stop experience,” said Laura Chiapetta, Colorado Mountain News Media’s new media general manager. “For us, the sites have been very profitable. It’s not true across the Internet, but we’ve been fortunate.”

About 160,000 visitors a month have visited the Alive sites, which were launched in July, 2001, combined with the Summit Daily News site, which got off the ground in 1999. While the Alive sites will still function on their own,

http://www.summitdaily.com’s main change is to offer 360-degrees of information.

While local news still leads the main page, tourism information will also have a prominent position.

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