By Ushang Ewa
CrossRiverWatch.com, a pioneer online media organization that focuses on socio-political issues in Cross River State has launched its Blackberry messenger, BBM channel.
Readers of the online medium who have the BBM application on their phones can search using the keyword ‘CrossRiverWatch’ or add the channel pin C004E8E6D and subscribe to get latest updates on socio-political issues in the state as they happen.
The Publisher and Editor-in-Chief in a short statement issued in Calabar said “This is in continuation of our efforts to keep the world informed about socio-political issues relating to Cross River State.
“We have several social media accounts and thus will consolidate the gains made so far in our mission to tell stories of, from, relating to and about Cross River State from a Cross Riverian perspective and narrative as you can see from our reportage over the years”.
Jalingo also added that the future of news was online and disclosed plans were ongoing for the 3rd Anniversary Lecture of the media organization which will have in attendance as the guest speaker, Professor Pat Utomi and the Executive Governor of the State, Senator Ben Ayade.
Furthermore, he says CrossRiverWatch can be followed on Twitter @crossriverwatch, or simply liking their page on Facebook.com/CrossRiverWatch and CrossRiverWatch on Google+.
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