The New York Times introduces its Chinese language site

‘Krugman, translated: The promise and risk of The New York Times’ Chinese-language site’
The New York Times has announced that it will be extending its global reach by making its online entry into China. The Chinese edition of the site will be at cn.nytimes.com.

‘New BBC director general expected to be named on Wednesday’
The new director general of the BBC is expected to be named today.

‘Times seeks to cash in on China prosperity with Mandarin translation for Luxx supplement’
The Times is expanding its luxury lifestyle magazine Luxx by translating it into Mandarin and distributing it at selected luxury hotels and airport business lounges.

‘Huffington Post puts polling power in the hands of developers with new API’
The Huffington Post has released a polling data API. “The data will allow journalists, developers, and researchers the ability to fetch data from the surveys for their own apps or data-crunching purposes.”

‘YouView internet TV service launches in UK’
YouView – an internet TV service has been formally launched.

‘MEN chief reporter Neal Keeling writes of cancer fight’
Neal Keeling, a Manchester Evening News chief reporter has written a piece for the paper about his ongoing battle with cancer.

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