RTE is a new online publication with its own Twitter and Facebook pages.
The company announced the launch of a new set of editors today that can edit content from across its platform.
The editors can be used on apps, mobile devices, and the web.
“This is a huge leap forward for us,” RTE editor Andrew Ladd said.
It’s not just news, it’s not only opinion, it is a whole range of content.” “
We’re also creating an entirely new type of content for the website.
It’s not just news, it’s not only opinion, it is a whole range of content.”
Editor-in-Chief Rob Salles said the new editors are “a new kind of editor that can easily be integrated into any of our apps and websites”.
The editors work with content from RTE’s existing news and opinion platforms, as well as new apps and new publishers.
“Our team is making an impact, with editors like this we have to do everything we can to keep that up,” Salls said.
He said that RTE was working with Facebook and Twitter to create an RTE app that would allow users to manage their RTE account on both platforms.
“That way we can continue to provide the best of RTE in the digital space,” he said.
RTE said it would also offer new news, sports and entertainment content.
RIT editor Michael McGovern said the editors were a “game-changer”.
“It’s a huge step forward for the company and for the editorial community,” he told RTE.
“I’m delighted to see it, and it’s great news for the future of the company.”
He said RTE had invested heavily in its new editor.
“There is now an entire editor team working on RTE, and we’re very excited to bring that experience to our readers,” he added.
“A big thank you to our editors, and a big thank also to the RTE community for the great work they’ve done.”
The editor team was also praised by News Corp Australia, who praised the team for creating an engaging user experience.
“RTE’s editorial team is one of the best I’ve ever seen on a digital platform,” News Corp editor-in.
chief Stephen Kiley said.
The new editors have been designed to be easy to use.
The team includes a team of editors and writers with experience in digital journalism, as a result they have access to a large number of the RIT editorial team.
The editor in chief said the editor team had a “big focus” on the “most influential content” of RIT.
“They’ll be working with content that is directly relevant to RIT’s students and the broader RIT community,” McGovern added.
RTES chief executive David Leggett said the team was “making a huge difference” to RTE on the digital front.
“These editors are putting the power and powerlessness of a university in a place that is accessible to anyone,” he explained.
“I think the new RTS editors are a game-changers, and I know that RTS is in good hands with them,” Leggette added.”
For us, it was important to make sure the RTS and the editorial team were able to do their jobs with a level of polish that is only achievable by a team like this.”
“I think the new RTS editors are a game-changers, and I know that RTS is in good hands with them,” Leggette added.