Technorati Partners With The Associated Press
Technorati's partnership spree continues, this time with the Associated Press. On the heels of their deal with Edelmen for international development, Technorati has partnered witht the AP to deliver blog headlines to 440 news organizations that carry AP's news module.
The news organizations that run the AP's module will display a box highlighting the 5 most bloggged about news items of the day and inbound links will be displayed on pages for unique articles.
Technorati Teams With The Associated Press to Connect Bloggers To More Than 440 Newspapers Nationwide. Several months ago we and The Associated Press began to talk about about how citizen-generated media could enhance the AP in their mission to be "the essential global news network." Increasingly, what the blogosphere says about a news story becomes part of a more complete story, lending diverse perspectives and often expert commentary. The AP believed it was increasingly important to deliver the living blogosphere as a compliment to their their core professional news product.
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This may also give a real boost to local blogs when these publications run local stories - something the WaPo deal and Sphere's new parntership with Time.com won't do.
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The collaborative space of blogs and newspapers: Technorati’s initiatives – and their uptake by mainstream media – are making the system into a tightly enmeshed collaborative space for identifying and disseminating news through society.
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Wednesday, May 24, 2006