DAYTONA BEACH -- When it comes to online breaking news and investigative reporting throughout the Greater Daytona Beach metro area, more people are turning to Headline Surfer, Central Florida's 24/7 award-winning Internet newspaper, accessed via HeadlineSurfer.com (as well as NSBNews.net & VolusiaNews.net).
Headline Surfer is a rregistered trademark for the website owned and operated by Henry Frederick, an award-winning journalist who specializes in breaking news and investigative reporting. Frederick was the top individual winner in the 2012 Florida Press Club journalism contest for general news writing, public safety reporting, blog writing and best online presentation with use of social media. He's won numerous journalism industry awards at metro newspapers in Florida, New York, Massachusetts and Connecticut since the mid-1980s, both asa metro reporter and city editor.
Frederick initially launched the 24/7 Internet newspaper, the first of its kind in Florida independent of print, cable or radio, on April 7, 2008, initially as NSBNews.net. Headline Surfer has expanded its coverage to include all of Volusia County with emphasis on Daytona Beach police and court news a well as what is happening at city hall. Headline Surfer also covers the races at Daytona Internatioal Speedway, including the Rolex 24, Speedweeks and the Daytona 500 and the July 4 weekend race under the lights, the Coke Zero 400.
Headline Surfer's daily stories blogs, images and videos are indexed in the Google, Bing and Yahoo search engines as well as being indexed around the lock in the Google News Diretories.
Headline Surfer is a member of the Daytona Area Chamber of Commerce and a member of the working press in Volusia County. Press releases and images, as well as advertising can be e-mailed to email@example.com.
Here are the links to the stories, blogs and images for which Headline Surfer, the umbrella trademark for HeadlineSurfer.com (also known as NSBNews.net and VolusiaNews.net) received recognition from the Florida Press Club in 2012: