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SYLACAUGA, Ala. – A celebratory landmark was reached today as published its 5,000th article.

“It’s incredible what we have been able to do in the last several years. September 2016 is when we launched, and I could not have imagined then how far we would come. It has been an arduous task to create something from the ground like an online news website but it’s because of our great community and our advertisers that keep us going. Readers have learned to trust as local source of news, sports, and information, listeners hear news updates on our family of radio stations, and our advertisers see the immense value of being in front of more than 2.6 million unique users,” said Michael Brannon, Executive Vice President of RadioAlabama.

That number sounds like a lot. That’s because it is.

Stories such as the 2017 Sylacauga fires, opening of local businesses like Trailwares, COVID-related content, and the death of Jim Nabors, reached more than just the Sylacauga area totaling more than 6.4 million page views.

When it comes to advertiser statistics, more than 12 million total impressions have been made when it comes to displaying ads on mobile or desktop devices.

Partnering with Birmingham NBC affiliate WVTM 13 has allowed to elevate its credibility and presence. The two organizations have a content-sharing agreement when it comes to news, sports, and weather information.

WVTM 13 regional news can be heard on partner station MIX 106.5 several times a day alongside local news updates.\

Thank you to all of our readers and listeners! Without you, we would’ve never made it to 5,000!

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