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May
20
2007

Regular visitors to this site know that Spot-on’s in the syndication business. And today, we’re especially happy to tell you about our new distribution deal with WashingtonPost.NewsweekInteractive (yes, it’s their real name) which owns washingtonpost.com, Slate and Newsweek.com. If you visit those sites – and chances are that you do – you’ll see Spot-on’s writers, maybe even our logo, from time to time.

Here’s the press release. And here’s a brief history of Spot-on.

A few of our favorite writers are named in the release. Here’s a handy-dandy guide to their latest posts:

Deborah Klosky on the “greening” of the wedding

Gopika Kaul on the contrast created by India’s new wealth and its long-standing poverty (a nice companion to this piece in today’s WSJ)

Scott Olin Schmidt on the dilemma faced by Los Angeles Mayor – and rumored Clinton running mate – Antonio Villaraigosa as he tries to run a city separated (as more and more American cities are) by language

And Jonathan Ansfield writing from Beijing about money, power, sex and feminism.

We have eight other writers here at Spot-on; their most recent posts are in the column at the right and each has a rich, deep archive of commentary, analysis and, well, just plain good writing.

Like what you see? Consider subscribing to our weekly newsletter (it’s free, it’s fun and we won’t sell your name to anyone!). Daily updates are available through our RSS feed or MyYahoo and Bloglines.

If you edit a newspaper or produce a TV or radio show and want to add any of our fine writers to your editorial mix, please know that our syndication fees are reasonable, our writers responsible and our editorial as sticky as fly-paper. And we’re always adding writers – strong voices with lots to say and engaging and smart ways of saying it. Write Spot-on founder and editor Chris Nolan for all the details about pricing, availability and delivery.

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