The WSJ reports: CNN.com “is expected to announce a deal that will allow it to offer more local news on its Web site and, it hopes, land a bigger slice of the fast-growing market for local online ads.” It’s a deal with Internet Broadcasting.
Also: “This summer, CNN also is planning to roll out a redesigned Web site that makes all its live and archived video content available free, shifting the subscription model to an advertising model. Under the new arrangement, footage from the local sites could be included in the offerings.”
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