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  • The Daily for iPad Arrives... Finally

    "New times demand new journalism," News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch told members of the media gathered in New York City Wednesday morning. Following months of repeated delays, not even blizzard-like conditions across New York would deter today's big launch of The Daily for Apple's iPad.

    "The challenge was to take the best of traditional journalism and combine it with the best of contemporary technology. The iPad demands that we completely re-imagine our craft," Murdoch added. Working with News Corp. along the way, naturally, was Apple. iTunes will be the vessel through which every issue will be delivered to its paying readers. As expected, the paid-subscription of The Daily will run you $0.99 per week.

    The Daily delivers what News Corp. calls a unique mix of text, photography, audio, video, information graphics, touch interactivity and real-time data and social feeds. Each day The Daily will publish up to 100 pages focused on six key areas: news, sports, gossip and celebrity, opinion, arts and life, and apps and games. In a release that accompanied Wednesday's launch, Apple chief Steve Jobs praised the new digital publication. “News Corp. is redefining the news experience with The Daily,” Jobs said. “We think it is terrific and iPad users are really going to embrace it.”

    “In short," Murdoch concluded, “we believe The Daily will be the model for how stories are told and consumed in this digital age.” Ultimately, however, that's a determination for iPad owners to make. For News. Corp and Apple, the test for their "baby" has officially begin.

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      die444die -
      Quote Originally Posted by AnthonyGiola View Post
      Oh please, because MSNBC isn't "slanted propoganda"? If we wanted a network that did nothing but praise something even when it's wrong I would watch that. Im expecting to see an infraction for "disagreeing" with a moderator. I am free to express my opinion as are you, but when you use names you are inviting retorts.
      Have a good day.
      Did he say it wasn't? It seems like fox news fans always think people critical of fox are msnbc viewers. Many of us complain about fox's bias don't watch any cable "news" garbage. Fox is just the most popular of their genre, which includes CNN and msnbc, and therefore fox is the most often complained about. Msnbc may be just as biased but since I don't ever have to see them being blasted in drs offices or anywhere else I don't have any complaints.

      That being said, fox news is biased and they present themselves as not being such. Every time they refer to "the mainstream media" as if they are not part of it, most of us just laugh.