SEATTLE, Washington/ Anaheim, California (Feb 12, 2008) – A leading progressive online publication, the Palestine Chronicle (www.PalestineChronicle.com) announced Tuesday February 12, the launch of its most professional edition yet, which introduces a new user friendly look and several new features.
The new version was designed by Chromovision (www.Chromovision.com), a leading web development, multimedia and video production firm based in Anaheim, CA with two offices serving the Middle East and the Gulf.
Originally launched Sep. 1999, the Palestine Chronicle has re-launched several editions in the past. The latest is the most advanced and comprehensive. It provides a most attractive layout for articles and news. Additionally, it incorporates regularly updated photos, art, videos and audio.
Visited by thousands of reader daily, the Palestine Chronicle hosts the views and writings of scores of well-regarded commentators, journalists and scholars. The new edition, however, will also bring artists, photojournalists, filmmakers, singers and political cartoonists to the fore.
The Palestine Chronicle is also broadening its scope to cover issues of global concern, while keeping Palestine and the Iraq war as primary spots for coverage.
The vibrant new edition is taking shape under the new motto: Global Voices for a Better World.
With hundreds of its articles already translated into many languages and cited in numerous books and journals, the Palestine Chronicle proved to be a formidable force in today’s progressive media. Its contributors are also published in many US and international publications.
The site’s more professional look and the new features it exhibits are developed by Chromvision. In addition to developing high-end web portals, Chromovision produces promotional video films and multimedia presentations for various clients worldwide.
Furthermore, Chromovision produced numerous films and interactive CD-ROMs promoting Palestine and the Middle Eastern culture. Such work includes Palestine Country Profile, Palestinian Tourism, Palestinian Culture, "Catch the Star of Bethlehem" and the "Wall of Hate" video film that is currently showing on numerous TV stations in the US.