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  • New York Times embraces streaming
  • New York Times embraces streaming
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New York Times embraces streaming

These days, any event, be it significant or minor, is available to 'stream' through social media. From wars to traffic jams, it's almost guaranteed that someone, somewhere will be live tweeting or Vine-ing it. The New York Times has announced 'Watching'  a new stream format addition to its homepage.

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