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Wednesday, September 14, 2005

International Herald Tribune adapts its webpage to mobile

Publicitas reports that the International Herald Tribune has launched a version of its website for mobile phones. Subscribers will be able to download the full texts of top news, features and analysis and the service will be updated every 15 minutes. IHT.com's editor and director, Meredith Artley said "It is essential to allow our users to access the IHT's broader perspective whenever and wherever they are." Formats of the mobile news will vary according to the portable phone of the reader.

Source: Publicitas

Posted by john burke on September 14, 2005 at 05:38 PM in c. Multimedia convergence | Permalink


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