Kendrick Meek joins online media hub Politics365

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Kendrick Meek has joined Politic365 as chairman of its Editorial Board. In this position, Meek will guide the publication? growth and development of news, perspective and commentary for American decision leaders, focusing first on penetrating communities of color.

?his is a very exciting time for online journalism ?history is being made every day, and it? vital that this history be recorded from the perspectives of all Americans, including those who traditionally haven? had a sufficient voice at the political table.?

Meek has a record of distinguished public service. He has fought hard for the social and economic well being of the citizens of a highly diverse state ?Florida ?and for our nation as well. Now, he will bring that experience to the leadership of Politic365.

? is bringing the power of the Web and modern technology to serve an age-old concern ?the need to connect,?Meek said. ?s chair of the Editorial Board, I want to build on this success. I want to make Politic365 an essential part of the daily lives of Americans. I want to build on Politic365? strengths ?its news, its analysis, its informed and civil conversations ?on the challenges facing our nation.?

?s Chairman of the Editorial Board, it is my goal to make sure that Politic365 is one of the favorites on computer screens throughout the U.S. for news and information,?he said.

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