Looks like the changing landscape of local sports coverage is changing again. And it appears to be another shift away from print media and towards online content. Arthur Martone Leaves As ProJo Sports Editor | Rhode Island's NPR - WRNI Whether it is by design or an ironic coincidence, the beginning of the article reads like an obituary. In addition to Martrone, apparently Globe hockey writer Kevin Paul Dupont, Herald writer Sean McAdam and NBC's Tom Curran will also join the csnne.com staff. Between the financial problems of the Globe in particular and the newspaper industry in general, and then the recent launch of espnboston.com, I was curious to see if other local sites would beef up their commitment to their websites for sports coverage. WEEI.com has obviously made an effort over the last year or two but they've really been the only one that doesn't simply duplicate what is found on their primary business format. The newspapers have had blogs and weekly chat sessions online, but not much more than that. Most radio websites around the country do nothing more than let you listen online, a schedule with a short bio on who is on the air, and some pictures of girls in bikinis. And most television websites haven't seemed to be able to figure out how to deliver anything more than video clips from last night's newscast and maybe a transcript of yesterday's post-game interview or press conference. So we have an emerging presence of espnboston.com, weei.com, and now perhaps more from csnne.com. I had figured nesn.com would be the next one to try to make a bigger commitment to their website; I'm guessing they will be next. For us sports fans, the more the merrier. The way I see it more coverage and more competition is usually a good thing.