The New York Times Will Share Video Clips with the Public
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||Published: 2011-01-26 10:26:52
Beet.TV has learned that The New York Times will make the embed code of its video clips available to the public by early fall. This means that many of the paper's videos will be freely used and posted to blogs and Web pages. This change will be implemented in Q3, according to Diane McNulty, a spokesperson for The New York Times. Just yesterday, The Washington Post began to offer the code of its clips. Earlier this year, The Wall Street Journal opened up it's code.
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