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We reported earlier this month that The Washington Times was planning on dumping its “Communities” page, much to the chagrin of Communities Editor Jacquie Kubin. Well now it’s official. In a press release today, Kubin announced that the old “Washington Times Communities” page was splitting off to form its own entity called Communities Digital News, or CommDigiNews.com.
From the press release:
The decision by Communities management to end its relationship with the Washington Times is two-fold.
First, it allows Communities Digital News to broaden its editorial voice and become more inclusive of a wide variety of political and social viewpoints, covering all aspects of any given event or story without restraint.