Newshosting Announces Halloween Launch for New Website & Video Series

by Klaus on November 3, 2009

in Tech News

how_to_use_usenet_videoNewshosting just launched a brand new website. Easier navigation, cleaner content, and a great video tutorial series!  The step-by-step videos take online visitors through the process of setting up a newsreader client to browse, download, and post to newsgroups.

With lightning fast speed and unmatched retention, Newshosting provides Usenet access that is truly world class.

  • Unlimited and Metered Download Plans
  • Secure SSL Encrypted Access
  • 30-60 Connections
  • 425+ days Binary Retention, 2+ years Text Retention
  • Lightning Accelerator – Fast Secure Header Downloads

Check out the new site and video series at www.Newshosting.com.

Press Release

ASHBURN, Va. – Oct. 31, 2009 – Newshosting, the world’s premier provider of Usenet newsgroup access, today launched its new website as part of its continued commitment to provide online visitors with the absolute best service in the industry.

On the new Newshosting site, subscribers will find a comprehensive video tutorial series on topics designed to help them maximize all that Usenet has to offer. The Newshosting video series presents an intuitive approach to accessing Usenet newsgroups. Subscribers are shown how to configure and use a newsreader to browse, download, and post to newsgroups. In a matter of minutes, Newshosting subscribers will be able to access, navigate, and enjoy the wealth of information available on the Usenet.

The new Newshosting website also offers subscribers easier navigation and more robust content than ever before. There is a fully updated support page featuring expanded details about account, newsreader setup and usage, along with a traceroute tool to measure data traffic flow between Newshosting.com and the subscriber.

Newshosting invites all new subscribers to experience the industry’s best Usenet access with a 14 day/10GB free trial.

About Newshosting:
Newshosting is the world’s premier provider of Usenet newsgroup access. As the industry-leader in service reliability, speed, and retention, Newshosting is committed to providing outstanding Usenet access to over 100,000 newsgroups from its servers in the United States and Europe.
For more information about Newshosting and its service, please visit www.Newshosting.com.

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Alan @ Basin Glass Co. November 3, 2009 at 04:54

Thanks for the news. I had totally forgotten about newsgroups…especially for years now since torrents have been so popular. I started getting into newsgroups years ago but found it a little frustrating to get good at using.
.-= Alan @ Basin Glass Co.´s last blog ..CS just died… =-.

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Klaus @ TechPatio November 3, 2009 at 08:30

Depending on your usage etc. I’d say there are multiple reasons for selecting newsgroups over torrents 🙂

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Alan @ Basin Glass Co. November 3, 2009 at 08:58

Would you recommend one of the paid ones? I just did a search and there are a lot of subscription ones…
.-= Alan @ Basin Glass Co.´s last blog ..CS just died… =-.

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Klaus @ TechPatio November 3, 2009 at 09:03

Absolutely. There’s a reason they are subscribtion based and not free 🙂 Personally I like to use UseNetServer, but Newshosting (above) are a bit cheaper.

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Alan @ Basin Glass Co. November 3, 2009 at 09:11

Thanks 🙂 Sorry for asking stupid questions.
.-= Alan @ Basin Glass Co.´s last blog ..CS just died… =-.

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Klaus @ TechPatio November 3, 2009 at 09:17

You’re welcome! And there’s no such thing as stupid questions, there are only stupid answers 🙂

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