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ChicagoPride.com introduces new content and partners

Chicago, IL — ChicagoPride.com, the number one online resource for Chicago's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, today announced the launch of new feature content and the appointment of new content providers.

Amy Wooten joins ChicagoPride.com as Contributing Editor
Amy Wooten joins ChicagoPride.com as Contributing Editor
Amy Wooten, former Senior Writer for the Chicago Free Press and Windy City Times, joins ChicagoPride.com as Contributing Editor. Wooten, who also contributes to Gay Chicago Magazine, has worked in the LGBT press for over 5 years and holds a Master's Degree in Journalism from Columbia College Chicago.

"Amy is a well-respected journalist familiar with and to Chicago's LGBT community," said S. James Long, GoPride.com Executive Vice President and Content Chief. "We are honored to have her work identified with ChicagoPride.com."

"I'm very thrilled to have an opportunity to continue to contribute to the GLBT community through ChicagoPride.com, and I'm very excited to be involved in new media," said Wooten.

ChicagoPride.com today also announced agreements that bring added content in an effort to create a more integrated online news and information experience to members of the Web site.

"Social Lite" and "HIV Life" join content from valuable providers such as the Feast of Fun Podcast, OutWorldTV, Fusion Radio Chicago, the Windy City Times and over 40 contributors and photographers.

Social Lite, written by Paul Blackburn, will showcase Chicago's social community through interesting blog posts, pictures and video.

"Paul is the quintessential twenty-something; ambitious, engaging, and community-minded. He's the perfect addition to the make a difference mission of ChicagoPride.com," said Bill Pritchard, GoPride.com Senior Vice President Community Affairs.

HIV Life, written by Frank Elliot, will focus on providing a unique outlet of news and information for Chicago's HIV positive community.

"We are excited to be adding this breadth and depth of valuable content to ChicagoPride.com," said R. Matthew Inawat, GoPride.com President. "This announcement further confirms our commitment to bring Chicago's LGBT community the very best choice of online news and information."

With today's announcement, ChicagoPride.com continues to position itself as the leading start point for Chicago's LGBT community.

About ChicagoPride.com
ChicagoPride.com is the leading web-based resource serving Chicago's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. The ChicagoPride.com Web site, consistently ranked in the top 1% of all Web sites (Amazon.com/Alexa Data), features event calendars, a popular matchmaker, special interest columns, and a comprehensive phone directory emphasizing local gay and lesbian dining and nightlife. Utilizing real-time data and exclusive web tools, ChicagoPride.com allows organizations and advertisers to better develop marketing strategies to reach Chicago's LGBT community.
 
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