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Media links of the day

Media links of the day

NBCUniversal is getting into the eBook market. Digital Book World announced today that the media company is launching a publishing unit to make the most of the boom in tablet and eReader ownership.

The New York Times is working on a project called Deep Dive to allow readers to follow specific topics through the news. Nieman Lab reports that the Deep Dive uses meta data to find connections between articles and bring users the most relevant results.

Newspapers in Kentucky have launched a scheme to allow state radio to use their content, writes Kentucky.com.

The Chicago Sun Times has published an editorial explaining why it will no longer endorse political candidates: "As many of you have told us, you can make up your own mind, thank you very much."


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Federica Cherubini

Date

2012-01-23 20:23

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