Thursday, July 19, 2012
Explore new featured iReporters

You might notice a little change in the Explore page starting today. We replaced the "Most active iReporters" section with a new "Featured iReporters" section.


The new section is editorially curated and will be updated regularly, in order to better maintain balance and diversity, which means exposure for more of you.


Check out featured iReporter profiles and give them a "follow" or leave a comment on their reports. We're sure you'll find something you like.

July 20, 2012
Click to view k3vsDad's profile

Noticed this yesterday. Looks like an interesting new feature. Thanks for the hard work of all the iReport Team.

July 20, 2012
Click to view Ryn's profile

Very nice!

July 21, 2012
Click to view ps44's profile


I am a 67 year old, pleasantly plump white female.  I was born and raised in Northwestern WI surrounded by all kinds of hunting weapons and I still survive our winters with the vension we are able to get hunting.

But really!!! The lax laws on Assualt Weapons is STUPID and if anyone is such a lousey shot that they need to use an assualt weapon to get a deer, I don't want them near my woods.

Please America, make some sensible laws for selling and owning assualt weapons.  Thank you, Gram Pam

July 22, 2012
Click to view markpel's profile

It is optical not yet ok. Why the text is under the photos! How do you choose these "featured iReporters"?

July 22, 2012
Click to view markpel's profile

"Featured", where?

July 22, 2012
Click to view writestuffbj's profile

Too many questions and very few answers in relation to the Colorado massacre. For starters:  Why didn't the emergency door in the front of the theater never sounded the alarm?  Where were the manager and the empolyees of the theater and why haven't they been interviewed by the media?  Why didn't the police go to the suspect apartment after receiving numerous calls from his neighbors after they heard loud music from his apartment?

July 22, 2012
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Too many questions and very few answers in relation to the Colorado massacre. How was the suspect able to afford the items that he purchased? How was it that each media talking head keep insisting that the items were purchased over the internet but yet the  authorities didn't have access to his computer at the time?  Why did it take nearly 24 hours for family members to know the whereabouts of their loved ones? Wouldn't it had taken more than one person to comprise the bomb in the suspects apartment? So, now he's a bomb expert? 

July 22, 2012
Click to view Sherbien's profile


July 23, 2012

Good start but there is much more that needs to be done to be fair and balanced. I for one am tired of seeing the same old pictures in the same old places day after day and month after month but just moved over a page or two.

Much Metta


July 24, 2012
Click to view KCRep's profile

I can't even find me lol...

July 26, 2012
Click to view markpel's profile

KCRep, no wonder; you don´t use "robots."

September 29, 2013
Click to view Siddique's profile

I found out from k3vsDad that I was featured iReporter, Thanks for noticing me. I am glad about the new feature and it is working. Great improvement...

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