Monthly Archives: August 2011
Kevin Price, Publisher and Editor in Chief of US Daily Review has announced its official “soft launch.” “Truthfully,” said Price, “there will be mistakes and a great deal of learning that will need to be done and we want to minimize the number of people who are exposed to our trial by error.” In spite of what Price calls “humble beginnings,” the USDailyReview.com has assembled a team of leading writers and has hired an outstanding SEO firm in HumanKindInc.com to make sure people find the website.
Unique items in the first week of the site include the beginning of a new feature by Senior Editor Steve Parkhurst called “Across the Pond” that will let readers in the US see what were the issues of the day in the UK, which ends its day as we begin ours. Also, Kevin Price wrote a very personal story about what happened at a Young Republican state convention in Texas where he came across a former student who is now the organization’s chairman. Read that story here. Also, Daniel Jamieson, Senior Editor, discusses a major story on the implications of the UK riots that is not being covered by US news. Jamieson grew up in the UK and speaks from personal experience.
This is a logical step in the career of Kevin Price. Price has twenty years of experience in journalism and his articles have appeared in major publications including USAToday.com, ChicagoSunTimes.com, and many others. He is the author of the public policy best seller, Empowerment to the People and twice received the prestigious George Washington Honor Medal from the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge in communications. He is also a veteran broadcast journalist who has interviewed presidential candidates, members of Congress, CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, best-selling authors, and others.
Corie Whalen, also a Senior Editor and an established book editor on her own, is judging much of the talent that goes on to join the website’s team. If you are interested in writing for US Daily Review, email us at info@USDailyReview.com.