Newspapers are looking to become the biggest thing on tablets since the Ten Commandments, and the Philadelphia Inquirer is hoping to keep its product relevant by selling it with free Android devices.
Publisher Greg Osberg announced Monday that the Philadelphia Media Network will begin providing free Android tablets for digital subscribers to the Inquirer and to the Philadelphia Daily News, according to a news release. This initiative is part of a $250,000 Knight Foundation grant to pursue digital journalism.
The initiative is called Project Liberty. The Philadelphia Media Network will partner with Drexel University, DreamIt Ventures and the Philadelphia Foundation to develop new technology for digital media, according to the news release.
Plans for the free tablets are still in development, and the specifics for the devices are still to be determined.
As opposed to whatever you do with your hand on a lonely night, Sheryl. He he.
*facepalm*, what do you want?
I lived for years in N Phil, Park Ave and Alligany, 4+ years getting my best education. One of them Bartender at Docs (Doc Holidays), Loved the experiance. Loved the city, red flier jackets, (Broad street bullies) N+S+E+W Two tone converse (speed boys WPHS). always looking for info about my old home. Would enjoy a pad to keep up with your news. How can I get one?
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Interesting. Would love to get Philly Inquirer on a tablet. Sign me up !