MSNBC.com and Financial Times Form Content Distribution Agreement

Apr 04, 2003


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MSNBC.com, a provider of breaking news and original journalism on the Internet, has formed a content distribution alliance with the Financial Times. The agreement is intended to enable MSNBC.com to expand the scope of its business, financial, and international news reporting. The Financial Times will provide MSNBC.com with up to 15 news stories per day including international news, global business news, and equities and market news. The Financial Times' news stories will appear on a co-branded page within MSNBC.com's Business section, with links to additional stories on FT.com. The co-branded pages launched in March. MSNBC users will also be able to subscribe online to FT.com's recently launched subscription services. The Financial Times joins The Washington Post, Budget Travel, Business Week Online, The Sporting News, Space.com, Science Magazine, E! Online, BET.com, CNet and ZDNet as specialty news suppliers on MSNBC.com

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