Tribuneâ€™s Mosaic App: Windows 7 tablets & soon to Windows Phone 7January 9, 2011 No Comments
The Tribune Company has announced a new application built from the ground up for Windows 7 tablets and a companion app for Windows Phone 7. They are providing an amazing looking news aggregator for both platforms. The app for Windows 7 should arrive Jan. 31st while the WP7 app will arrive shortly after.
MOBILE MEDIA CONTENT APP AT CONSUMER ELECTRONICS SHOW
and LAS VEGAS, Jan. 5, 2011-Tribune Company will debut its beta version of a new
mobile news aggregation application at this week's 2011 Consumer Electronics
Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Called "Mosaic," the app offers a visually stunning,
multi-touch screen designed to enable consumers to personalize and read all of
their news via one reader and offer advertisers an innovative digital
advertising model to target audiences. Mosaic (www.mosaicbytribune.com) provides
quick and easy access to the news, information and entertainment content
produced by Tribune's media outlets, initially including the Los Angeles Times,
Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun, Orlando Sentinel, Sun Sentinel (South Florida)
Hartford Courant, The Morning Call (Allentown, PA) and Daily Press (Newport
News, VA) and followed shortly thereafter by the company's broadcast entities.
Mosaic also offers users the ability to add news feeds and premium publication
subscriptions from across the Web.
The free application will initially be
available for use with Microsoft's Windows 7 Mobile-based tablets and will be
offered to consumers beginning Jan. 31. A companion Windows Phone 7 app will
follow, and Tribune continues developing similar mobile news solutions for use
with other devices such as the iPad and Android phones.
TRIBUNE is one of
the country's leading multimedia companies, operating businesses in publishing,
interactive and broadcasting. In publishing, Tribune's leading daily newspapers
include the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, The Baltimore Sun, Sun Sentinel
(South Florida), Orlando Sentinel, Hartford Courant, The Morning Call and Daily
Press. The company's broadcasting group operates 23 television stations, WGN
America on national cable and Chicago's WGN-AM. Popular news and information
websites complement Tribune's print and broadcast properties and extend the
company's nationwide audience
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