French News Online welcomes the fullest reader/user/advertiser
participation in this project, which is where a digital interactive
website scores over a paper version every time. You can interact
with French News Online in many ways....
The main news items reachable from the home page, all carry a
comment section in the Newsroom
feed. From your PC, mobile or other device you can thus keep up
with the online debate as it happens.
Then there is the French
News Online Blog where you can interact with commenters enthused
with, angered at, bemused or otherwise engaged by blog views or
those of readers letting off steam in the comments.
We warmly welcome your emails, digital "letters to the editor",
feedback, ideas, criticisms indeed the full range of reader reaction.
send us your feedback, click here.
Using the menu on the left, we have introduced two ways in
which you can interact with French News Online, by adding your
own content (and we will add more interactive features in the
Welcomes readers digital picture contributions.
We will include a short bio of you with it if you send one in
and who knows, your pic might get picked up by an agency or other
publication The wonderful world of digital cameras make this quick,
easy and great fun. All pictures will be attributed to their authors
who retain full copyright. Click
here to view our Readers Photo Section.
- We want
your videos! Especially those you have made yourself and have
uploaded to You Tube. Alternatively if you have found one on YouTube
that you like and think that our readers would like too, then
submit the YouTube URL link to us. If we like as much as you do,
we'll publish it and attribute the find to you. To
visit our Readers Video section, click here.
- We also want
your local news! You can become our source of news for the community
that you live in. Local issues can benefit from a wider exposure,
so if there is something going on in your community that you think
would interest our reders, then send it in... nothing ventured,
nothing gained! To submit a local news item - click this link.