Radio Vice Online launches new Web site

Welcome to the new site! Version 3 combines the blogging efforts of Jim Vicevich and Steve McGough, blogger at Conservative247. The site has a new look – as you can see – and we hope you’ll find the home page easy to navigate.

We’re breaking content into four categories. The featured posts are at the top, and we have sections for Politics & Government, Economics, and News, Media & Other Events. All of the previous posts – including those from Conservative247 – have been migrated to the new site!

Video will continue to be an important part of the site, and you’ll find plenty of video in posts, and we’ll always have a Featured Video for readers.

The site continues to be an interactive place for listeners of Sound Off Connecticut. Click on the banner at the top of any page to get to the Live page. Where you can participate in the online chat, watch Jim in studio on video, take the daily poll and check out the five most recent posts on the site – all on one page!

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The Newswire has been moved to the bottom of the home page, but it continues to display recent posts from Hot Air, the Campaign Spot, Powerline Blog and Jeff Jacoby. We’ve made some improvements so you can see where the post comes from, who wrote it and when it was posted.

Posting Comments

  • To post comments, you must now be registered. Please read the Terms of Use before registering, it will only take you a minute or so.
  • Once you have registered, you’ll be e-mailed a password immediately. To log in, simply click on the Log In link at the bottom of any page.
  • If you like a post, you can now e-mail it to a friend or print it for your wall.

Get Site Updates by E-Mail

Just drop your e-mail in the box (near the top of any page) and hit go to register to get daily e-mails with links to all of the posts from that day. If we post that day, you’ll get only one e-mail per day. This one is just an image… go back to the home page to sign up!

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Sound Off Connecticut expands by one hour

Effective Jan. 5, Sound Off Connecticut will be on the air from 9 a.m. to noon ET. Join Jim Vicevich online or over the air this Monday and tune in!

You can listen live via the CBS Radio feed by visiting the WTIC home page and clicking on the Listen Live banner. Enter Keyword Jim to get back to this site from the WTIC home page.

Of course you can also listen on your AM radio, 1080 on the dial.