stackoverflow.com and stackexchange.com are websites where online communities ask and answer questions.
Communication is important for communities. This should also include communication with the company that keeps the website running (Stack Exchange Inc.).
So it is natural to ask the question:
Where does the company that runs the websites communicate with the community that generates the questions and answers?
There seem to be several channels: there's an 'official' blog and a Twitter channel and there are (former) employees/owners from Stack Exchange Inc. with their own channels on twitter or they use blogs, and there is this general meta site as well the meta sites for the individual sites.
Is there an introduction or handbook (or could it be created here) that groups all these different channels together? Say that somebody wants to view messages/opinions from the new CEO, where should they go?
I see that there used to be a lot of activity from the previous (co-)owner of the company, Jeff Atwood, who was an active member of the community itself. But he left / got removed (and now also several active community managers have left / got removed). This question is about the current state.
*A related question exists. What are the effective communication channels for effecting change to SE?. This question is about the very simple facts and creating an overview. Where is the communication. Are there newssites that I am missing? Should I create a Twitter account to remain up to date, where the latest talks from the CEO are, etc.?*