Greetings, readers! You have probably noticed soemthing different about Eat The Press today, perhaps beginning with when you went to our brand-new shiny Huffington Post, gleaming like a jewel in five-part harmony. That makes no sense but the redesign sure does: Now HuffPo's great content has been broken out into five sections — Business, Entertainment, Media, Politics, and Living Now — plus the hyperkinetic front page featuring all the breaking news you will ever, ever need so seriously, just delete those other silly sites off your bookmarks, they're just taking up space. As for Eat The Press, we've nestled comfortably into our new home on the Media page, which will scoop up all the latest headlines on the beat, while ETP focuses on commentary and reported pieces. In the meantime, HuffPo media will continue to run smart, incisive pieces by our wonderful contributors like Harry Shearer, Jay Rosen, Nora Ephron, and the Erics Alterman and Boehlert, plus ETP contributors like Jason Linkins, Ankush Khardori and Glynnis MacNicol, whose contributions will continue to enrich the site. I will be working with HuffPo's new and awesome Associate Media Editor Michelle Kung, the woman who will be mainlining freshly-pumped media news into your needy veins, and hopefully ETP will continue to serve you with content that adds to the conversation. In the meantime, find us at our brand-new URL, http://www.huffingtonpost.com/media/the-news/eat-the-press — fun to say ten times fast! — and check out our archives anytime you're feeling nostalgic. Thanks as always for reading — welcome to ETP 2.0!