Associated Press places on-line content in Pulse, Flipboard

PaidContent reported a few days ago that the Associated Press has branched out into digital distribution by making content available through tablet-based reading apps Pulse and Flipboard. The AP is not providing the readers with all its content, but making available “a selection of international and national news and associated images.” This will include special coverage focusing on this year’s Presidential race, in both cases.

Given the AP’s past parsimonious behavior, I find it a little funny that it’s taking so readily to social newsreading apps that will let their users share AP content with their friends and on social networks. I do hope it doesn’t plan to start charging sharers by the word.

1 Comment on Associated Press places on-line content in Pulse, Flipboard

  1. This is news? AP has its own Android app, which works really well on the Kindle Fire.

    And for what it’s worth, Taptu is a better implementation of what Pulse is trying to do.

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