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Revealad: The New Roll Call

Changes in Digital and Print

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You’re looking at a very different Roll Call — both online, with the launch of our new site, and in our new print edition.  

You’ll find more analysis and deeper reporting from our staff – the original experts on Capitol Hill.  

We’ll be able to better display our award-winning photography and video and better explain and provide context to complex events with more information graphics and data visualizations.  

Both online and in the print edition, we’ll offer more enterprise, investigative work and reported opinion from some of the best in the business.  

You’ll find the site easier to navigate, too, with all of our content easier to find and pages that look beautiful, load quickly and feature content that can be easily shared.  

All told, this really isn’t so much a “redesign” – a word that promises a shiny new container but cosmetic changes only – as it is the reinvention of Roll Call as a true multi-platform outlet, doing work that we hope will engage readers both on and off Capitol Hill.

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