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Works in Progress is signing off

Careful readers have no doubt noticed that this blog -- intended to let the FCW community know what stories were in the works, and which reporters were working on them -- has been update-free since June.   And now, with a redesign of FCW.com just days away, we are officially pulling the plug. 

For those who remain curious about FCW's future coverage, a rough editorial calendar remains available here.  A revised plan for Q4 of 2012 is online now, and 2013 story ideas will be added in the near future.

If you have questions or suggestions -- about upcoming stories, topics you think warrant our attention, or even the decision to shutter this blog -- please contact me at tschneider [at] fcw [dot] com, or on Twitter at @troyschneider.

Posted by Troy K. Schneider on Oct 05, 2012 at 12:20 PM


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