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Redding News Review wins a 'Black Web Award'

By Staff

Nov. 12, 2007, 11:01 a.m. - Redding News Review, a leader in news on the Internet for more than five years, has won its first "Black Web Award."

The site, which covers national, political, business, international, media, entertainment and sports news, was named the "Best News Distribution Site." 

"This award is special because it comes from the readers and users of the World Wide Web," said Founding Publisher Robert "Rob" Redding Jr.'s Black Web Awards, now in their second year, included a lengthy nomination and online voting process.

"The awards comes as word is starting to spread about our hard working staff's ability to pull together, on an hourly basis, the most consistently updated black news site on the Web, bar none," Redding said.

Redding News Review Executive Editor Marlene L. Johnson agreed.

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"It is a signal honor to be working with this find team of journalists," Johnson said. "We are committed to journalistic excellence and the mission of Redding News Review. This recognition and honor is a testament to the hard work and commitment of our team of journalists and the vision of our publisher, Robert Redding Jr.

The site's award winning staff includes: International Editor Bruno Gaston, Entertainment Editor Keyonna Summers, Business Manager Nadra Cobb and Attorney Roy Miller.

Redding News Review provides up-to-the-minute credible, competitive and consistent coverage. It has attracted more than half a million readers a year. Founded March 2002, Redding News Review's editorial mission is to expose the partisan political nature of government while bringing attention to black issues ignored or buried by mainstream media.

The site, which features links to both mainstream and black publications, has been credited for influencing news coverage by Editor & Publisher, Upscale magazine, Rolling Out, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Baltimore Sun and the Washington Times newspapers. Its content is heard on XM Satellite Radio and has been seen on the Fox News Channel.

The site is owned by Redding Communications, Inc.    

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