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Times online and Sky share content

Times Online is being provided with news, showbiz and weather video by Sky News, another Murdoch business, according to the Press Gazette. This was an inevitable alliance as the rush by newspapers to improve their online TV offerings gathers pace.

It comes quickly after the announcement of an arrangement between the Telegraph and ITN. Both broadcasters will also have access to the newspapers content to improve their web offerings.

But where does this leave other newspapers as both the major UK commercial TV news operations have now tied up with print news organisations?

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    , but that the fight for eyeball time on commuter trains is really “a pointless battle, a diversion, when newspaper owners should be concentrating on the real battle online where the litter of dead tree journalism is not a problem.” Another Wordblog post says The “Times Online is being provided with news, showbiz and weather video by Sky News, another Murdoch business, according to the Press Gazette. This was an inevitable alliance as the rush by newspapers to improve their online TV offerings gathers pace.