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  • Introducing the iTunes of news publishing
  • Introducing the iTunes of news publishing
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Introducing the iTunes of news publishing

After the dawn of pirate downloads, many thought the music industry was on its last legs. But then came services like iTunes and Spotify, and people began to pay for music again. Now, Dutch startup Blendle is hoping to do for journalism what iTunes accomplished for music.

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