WASHINGTON, April 20 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Politico and
http://www.politico.com today announced a new content-sharing partnership
with http://www.USATODAY.com, the web site of the nation's largest national
Under the new partnership, Politico's coverage of the presidential
campaign, Congress and special interests will be featured prominently on
USATODAY.com's redesigned political page. Some Politico coverage will also
appear in the print edition of the USA TODAY.
"It has always been our goal to grow The Politico audience by
introducing our coverage and website to readers around the world," said
Robert Allbritton, CEO of Politico's parent company, Allbritton
Communications. "This is the perfect marriage: our comprehensive coverage
of politics with USATODAY.com's cutting edge, widely read web platform."
The partnership will also feature USATODAY.com political coverage on
The USA TODAY deal is the fifth content-sharing agreement between The
Politico and influential newspapers. The company previously announced The
Politico is sharing content with the largest newspapers in the four states
hosting the first-in-the-nation presidential primaries and caucuses: The
Des Moines Register, The New Hampshire Union Leader, The State and Las
Vegas Sun. Politico stories are also featured in The New York Observer.
USATODAY.com is an award-winning news and information Web site that is
updated 24 hours per day, seven days per week. Each month, millions of
unique monthly visitors access USATODAY.com News, Money, Sports, Life,
Technology, Weather and Travel sections which combine the best of USA TODAY
news and information and the latest breaking news with cutting-edge
interactive features, information graphics and multimedia functions
including audio, video and live Webcasts. USATODAY.com is owned by Gannett
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The Politico newspaper is published on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
when Congress is in session and is updated 24 hours per day on
POLITICO.com. For more information, please visit http://www.politico.com.
SOURCE The Politico