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Obamacare News as it Brews – Obamacare Reporter: The “Drudge Report” of Obamacare

Brand-New News Site Devoted to O’Care – the Busiest Topic on the Net

LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--

Obamacare. O’Care. The ACA. Everybody is talking about it. More important, every news outlet in America seems to be reporting on it. On a slow news day, you can find – if you know where to look – nearly 200 news stories about Obamacare. When something breaks, you can find twice that many news stories. And something always breaks. This has created a demand for a solution to this daily news glut. That demand has given rise to an innovative grass-roots solution: Obamacare Reporter.

In the spirit of other successful Internet news innovations, a tiny start-up in Las Vegas, Nevada has just launched this dynamic, updated-daily website, a brand-new news site that posts all the O’Care news, all the videos, all the blogs and everything else Obamacare – all day long.

This all-things Obamacare site, Obamacare Reporter, is calling itself “The Drudge Report of Obamacare” … until an attorney tells them to stop.

This dynamic new site, which can be found at www.obamacarereporter.com, features every news story, each video clip, all the blog entries, and every one of the opinion pieces they can find. They scour the net using web searches, Google alerts, tips, hunches, emails, tweets, the occasional nudge… and FOX News.

Why FOX News? Because, over the past two or three months, that news network seems to have made covering Obamacare something of a cottage industry. Literally, FOX often posts more videos about Obamacare in a single day than many major news sources do in an entire week.

Maybe you didn’t know that? Come to Obamacare Reporter – it can show you that, and so much more about Obamacare.

About Obamacare Reporter

Obamacare Reporter delivers the latest Obamacare news of the day – every day.

The O’Care site is published by Jenn X, a start-up with no capital, no investors, and no pending IPO. They do this with a computer, and a lot of effort. And coffee. Lots of coffee.

For more information about Obamacare Reporter, or to interview the principles of Jenn X, contact Ned Barnett at 702-561-1167 or ned@barnettmarcom.com.

BTW: Ned is doing this release as a favor.

Contact:
for Obamacare Reporter
Ned Barnett, 702-561-1167
ned@barnettmarcom.com

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