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NJ.com launches Mobile-friendly New Jersey local events smartphone calendar
NJ.com, powered by The Star-Ledger and eleven New Jersey newspapers, announce a new mobile-friendly events calendar to deliver updated information and details for local events happening across New Jersey.
The mobile events calendar is free and can be accessed on a web-enabled mobile device by going to NJ.com in a browser, scrolling down the home page and tapping on the “Events Calendar” link. The events calendar can also be accessed from within the NJ.com news and information iPhone and Android apps. Within the app, just click on the Entertainment tab at the bottom, then Events Calendar at the top. For more information on the mobile events calendar, visit the details and information page (http://www.nj.com/
"This is another tool that provides our customers the best and most relevant news and information in New Jersey,” said Kevin Whitmer, editor of The Star-Ledger. “Our readers wanted something specific, and they now have it -- the ability to sort by date, location or event type."
This exciting events calendar allows users to browse events by location, event type and by date. Upon finding an event of interest, users will be provided with all of the specific details available for each event including the venue of the event, address, map, phone number, ticket prices and more.
“Our mobile-friendly events calendar website includes comprehensive event listings from The Star-Ledger and the 11 other newspapers affiliated with NJ.com,” said Matt Kraner, president, NJ.com. “Now everybody with a smartphone can quickly and easily find fun and interesting things to do wherever they are in the Garden State.”
The mobile events calendar was developed and launched by Advance Digital in collaboration with NJ.com, The Star-Ledger, The Times, The Jersey Journal, Gloucester County Times, The News of Cumberland County, Today's Sunbeam, Hunterdon County Democrat, The Messenger-Gazette, The Warren Reporter, Independent Press, Suburban News and Cranford Chronicle to provide a uniquely compelling mobile experience for people interested in finding and sharing local events in New Jersey.
Just go to NJ.com on your mobile device and start looking for local events now!
NJ.com, an affiliate of Advance Digital, Inc., is the leading local website for news and information throughout New Jersey featuring the latest New Jersey news, business, sports, travel, weather, traffic, shopping and entertainment information. In addition, NJ.com has a comprehensive business listings directory, as well as local classified listings for jobs, homes, apartment rentals and autos. NJ.com is powered by The Star-Ledger, The Times, The Jersey Journal, Gloucester County Times, The News of Cumberland County, Today's Sunbeam, Hunterdon County Democrat, The Messenger-Gazette, The Warren Reporter, Independent Press, Suburban News and Cranford Chronicle.
About Advance New Jersey
Advance New Jersey consists of papers throughout New Jersey and in parts of Pennsylvania. Advance New Jersey is a multi media company and includes the strongest newspapers in the state. Dailies in the group are The Star-Ledger, The Times of Trenton, The Jersey Journal, Gloucester County Times, The News of Cumberland County and Today's Sunbeam. Weeklies in the group are The Hunterdon County Democrat, The Messenger-Gazette, The Warren Reporter, Independent Press, Suburban News, Cranford Chronicle, Hunterdon Observer, The Hudson Dispatch, Bayonne Journal, Kearny Journal and Waterfront Journal. Daily Advance New Jersey readership tops 1.2 Million while Sunday readership is over 1.4 Million.
About Advance Digital
Advance Digital, Inc., based in Jersey City, NJ, provides digital information and connection solutions for local consumers and businesses. The company operates 11 media properties across the U.S. that are the number one local news, information and community hubs in the markets they serve. The sites include NJ.com, NJ.com, gulflive.com, NJ.com, NOLA.com, OregonLive.com, SILive.com, syracuse.com, MassLive.com, PennLive.com, and lehighvalleylive.com.