Launches Improved Pro-Life News Web Site

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Oct 26, 2010   |   4:17PM   |   Washington, DC, the premier pro-life news service on the Internet has officially launched our new, improved web site featuring a revised look and design and a slate of new features. is an independent news agency devoted to reporting news that affects the pro-life community. With a team of experienced journalists and bloggers, reaches more than 500,000 pro-life advocates each week via our web site, email news reports, social networking outreach and weekday radio program.

The new web site features a brand-new dark blue and gold look with a focus on a polished and professional news presentation.

 The readers who have enjoyed more than 16,000 pro-life news stories since 2003 have easy access to tools to print, email and share pro-life news via popular social networking platforms like Twitter, Facebook and others. has added a Contributing Bloggers section featuring some of the top names and organizations in the pro-life movement. These bloggers will provide the latest insight and analysis on topics ranging from abortion and euthanasia to stem cell research and human cloning.

The initial group of bloggers includes:

* Bill Saunders the Senior Vice President and Senior Counsel at Americans United for Life.

* Dr. David Prentice, the Senior Fellow for Life Sciences at the Family Research Council.

* Kristan Hawkins, the executive director of Students for Life of America.

* Maura Butler, a staff writer at the Susan B. Anthony List

* Luis Zaffirini, an organizational development and new media staffer at the National Right to Life Committee.

The newly-revised also features the LifeNews Radio program, a two-minute weekday program focusing on the latest pro-life headlines and delivered by Jim Anderson of Sacred Heart Radio in Seattle, Washington. Listeners can hear the latest broadcast and listen to recent archives.

Readers of the web site also have a chance to see the latest pro-life videos as updates with new videos from pro-life groups and leaders. The latest video spotlight focuses on the FDA-approved ella drug that causes abortions.

 The web site also offers an easy connection to new and updated features:
* Signups for its popular daily and weekly news reports

* Larger more prominent space for advertisers

* An automated RSS feed for pro-life web sites to feature news from

* A translation feature to read the web site in Spanish or other languages

* Connections to Facebook and Twitter

* An archives search of more than 16,000 pro-life news and information stories

For more information and the latest in pro-life news, visit