A Guide to the New and Improved ABCNEWS.com

There's more video, simpler navigation, and your opinions on every story.

ByMICHAEL CLEMENTE <BR>Senior Executive Producer

April 28, 2007 &#151; -- Welcome to the new ABCNEWS.com.

Our Web site turns 10 years old in May. That's quite long in the tooth when you're talking Web years. And to mark this decennial, we've unveiled a new version of ABCNEWS.com -- one that's cleaner, crisper, easier to use and brings you more video.

Please surf around, get to know the new site, and let us know what you think by adding your comments to this story (see the column at right).

To get you started, here are a few thoughts on the new site.

Users will also find it much easier to submit to us video from cell phones and their home video cameras -- video that we may choose to broadcast on our site or on one of our television news programs.

We are grateful to our Internet users for making ABCNEWS.com one of the fastest-growing news sites on the Web, and we look forward to providing you with many more decades of great reporting. Please do share your feedback on the site's new look.

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