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article imageAOL's Huffington Post launches four new sites

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By John Louie S. Ramos     Oct 3, 2011 in Internet
Major online news publisher and content aggregating blog, The Huffington Post, announced on Monday the launch of four new sections targeted mainly at teenagers, gay and transgender communities, baby boomers and married individuals.
Ariana Huffington, the founder of the website, which has revolutionized the way news and key issues are disseminated, personally announced the launch of their four new sections.
In her blog post, Huffington said that the four new sites namely Huff/Post 50, HuffPost Weddings, HuffPost Gay Voices and HuffPost High School is part of the company's continued effort to provide content, community and a platform for self-expression for as many of our (The Huffington Post) readers' interest and passion as we (The Huffington Post) can."
The Huff/Post 50 covers the issues and challenges faced by the so-called "baby boomers" and features articles on retirement planning, effective parenting and health.
The HuffPost Weddings, on the other hand, talks about the critical issues of marriage and divorce and provides tips to strengthen one's married life while HuffPost Gay Voices is a platform where members of the LGBT communities (lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgenders) can express themselves.
The HuffPost High School vertical is concentrated on the issues teenagers are facing these days such as choosing a good college, peer pressure and teenage romance.
The Huff/Post 50, HuffPost Weddings and the HuffPost Gay Voices were launched on Monday while the HuffPost High School is scheduled for Tuesday, Poynter.org reports.
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