Daily put back a year

Rupert Murdoch’s tablet-only newspaper project, the Daily, has had its launch put back to early next year, reportedly due to the “enormity” of the project, reports Brand Republic.

Unlike first thought, the e-paper will be available on other tablet platforms as well as Apple’s iPad, although it is still unclear if it will be a subscription-based service.

(Source: Brand Republic)

This article appears in issue 265 of Media Digest.




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(Source: POLIS)


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