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The Atlantic Partners with iPad Reader

The Atlantic is getting in on the Pulse party. The magazine is now offering their content via Pulse, an iPad app that pulls news content into one, easily-accessible place.

The app is steadily attracting users (it has about four million now) along with a good amount of praise for its interface and multiple uses. MSNBC.com’s (the site is joined up with Pulse earlier this month) Editor-in-Chief Jennifer Sizemore said that Pulse is a perfect fit. “Getting in on the ground floor with a product like Pulse gives our audience one more option for discovering the best of what we’re offering, 24/7,” she explained.

Other outlets that partner with Pulse include The Week, AOL, CNET, Gawker, The Huffington Post, The New Yorker, Salon.com, TimeVanity Fair, The Wall Street Journal and Yahoo! News.

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BNO Launches News Wire Service, MSNBC First Client

Well, it looks like the guys at BNO found out how to make money on Twitter before the guys at Twitter figure out how to make money on Twitter. Neat trick.

Here’s the whole release:

BNO News launches news wire service

International wire service will deliver news content
aimed at U.S. news companies

NEW YORK – November 23, 2009 – BNO News today announced the launch of the BNO News Wire, a business venture focused on providing comprehensive breaking news coverage to news media companies around the world. Msnbc.com will be the first of the service’s new clients.

BNO News, a news service founded in the Netherlands, currently delivers breaking news alerts to a global audience through the BNO Breaking News iPhone application and its popular Twitter account, @BreakingNews. The news updates combine original reporting and headlines from multiple sources, and are among the most-followed on Twitter. With the launch of the subscription-based news wire service, BNO News will shift attention away from @BreakingNews to focus on building and delivering this new enhanced service to media companies and publishers.

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