Trucknews.com has been named a finalist for best overall magazine Web site and best video awards in the first-ever Canadian Online Publishing Awards. Trucknews.com was the only transportation magazine...
Trucknews.com has been named a finalist for best overall magazine Web site and best video awards in the first-ever Canadian Online Publishing Awards. Trucknews.com was the only transportation magazine to be recognized in any award category.
The awards program, produced by Masthead magazine, recognizes excellence in online editorial and innovation by Canadian magazine and Web site publishers.
The best overall magazine Web site category is awarded to the publication deemed to best serve the needs of its target audience through content, design and use of the Web medium.
Trucknews.com is also up for the best video category through its weekly WebTV show, Transportation Matters. Video features were judged on how they serve their intended audience, through their educational, entertainment and production values. Trucknews.com
has been named one of Canada’s Top 5 business Web sites by the Canadian Business Press for four years running.
Meanwhile, to make accessing information on Trucknews.com easier and more convenient, we’ve removed all registration requirements.
In other news, the first video in our new online information video series The Driver’s Seat, is now available.
Coupling/Uncoupling, the first title in the ongoing series, features Truck News personality Adam Ledlow learning the correct procedure to couple and uncouple a tractor/ trailer from KRTS master driver trainer, Randy Burry. Future releases will feature other common driver tasks such as air brake checks and daily vehicle inspections, as well as business-related material.
The Driver’s Seat is available as a subscription service with prices starting at $7.99/month.
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