Vero Communiqué is a must read for in-depth insight on important issues facing Vero Beach, Indian River County, the State of Florida and now, increasingly, National and International issues that affect our area.
Our goal is to cover a wide range of topics that have often times not been covered in the same fashion, or not been covered at all, by standard media outlets.
We endeavor to blend positive “feel good” stories of local interest to the Treasure Coast with national and international areas of concern, largely suggested by our esteemed readers, our community, whom we are proud to have loyally attached to our publication.
We have striven to be accurate and fact check our articles; however you are happy to correct a statement if it is found to be inaccurate.
Readers have also been able to point out errors and omissions by commenting on the article(s) online.
When we publish other writers’ articles we expect them to be truthful in their statements. However, interpretation of the facts may differ from one person to another; but we hope that the facts are just that – truthful.
If someone finds the information to be wrong and has corroborating information to support their findings, we have been happy to publish their information. In fact, they are welcome to write an article for publication supporting their differences of opinion.
We have striven to encourage a free and open exchange of opinions. Through discussions like these we can all learn more about the topics themselves and the perspectives of others.
We have been bringing what Walter Lippmann believed the purpose of journalism was to do “intelligence work.” He saw the facts from which he then communicated to citizens, who were then able to form a public opinion.
While Vero Communiqué does not accept advertising, we currently have opportunities for sponsorships and underwriting.
Vero Communiqué reaches 100’s of highly engaged and influential readers across Indian River County and beyond on a daily basis – and we continue to grow on a week-by-week basis.
Statistically speaking, we have more people who “click” on our articles on a monthly basis than over 80% of small businesses in Indian River County. At times, just one of our articles generates over 80% of their monthly traffic.
Our article on the 2015 Vero Beach High School graduating class reached over 10,000 readers.
Please contact Thomas Hardy for more information on how we can feature you or your idea at: firstname.lastname@example.org