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Topic: The Daily

The Daily Updates . . . Again

With a little over a week to go before its free trial period ends, The Daily is still trying to work out the bugs.  News Corp.’s much-vaunted tablet newspaper released…

The Daily Updates…Again

With a little over a week to go before its free trial period ends, The Daily is still trying to work out the bugs.  News Corp.’s much-vaunted tablet newspaper released…

Now It’s a Trend: Third Staffer Ankles The Daily

Yesterday, Adweek reported on a second defection from The Daily, Rupert Murdoch’s tablet newspaper. Well, three makes a trend, and that’s at least how many staffers The Daily has lost…

Now It's A Trend: Third Staffer Ankles The Daily

Yesterday, Adweek reported on a second defection from The Daily, Rupert Murdoch’s tablet newspaper. Well, three makes a trend, and that’s at least how many staffers The Daily has lost…

A Second Jumper From The Daily

It may be too early to call it a trend, but The Daily has already lost another staffer. Lauren Bans, a features reporter, is leaving for GQ, Adweek has learned.…

10 Takes on The Daily

When News Corp. chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch unveiled his new iPad newspaper, The Daily, on Feb. 2, he declared it “will be the model for how stories will be…

At least this ad for 'The Daily' doesn't crash

It was a rough first week for The Daily, the new iPad newspaper from News Corp. The software has already been updated twice following widespread complaints about bugs and crashes,…

Plagued by Bugs, The Daily Puts Out Another Update

It’s try, try again for The Daily. Only a week after its launch, News Corp.’s iPad newspaper has already released its second update to the app following widespread complaints about…

Coverage From 'The Daily' Launch (Blog)

We’re at New York City’s Guggenheim Museum, where News Corp. is about to finally reveal The Daily, the first newspaper created for the iPad. News Corp. chairman and CEO Rupert…

Murdoch Wants to Halt Trademark Suit on 'The Daily'

Rupert Murdoch really wants to keep the name of the iPad newspaper his company has thus far barely acknowledged exists.According to Reuters, News Corp. preemptively asked a U.S. Southern District…

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