With new WaPo and NYT agreements, publishers test video-sharing as a way grow efforts

You might have heard: Washington Post reaches agreement with Gannett-owned D.C. station WUSA9 to share local video and photography with each other (Washington Post)

But did you know: The New York Times also announced Thursday a video-sharing agreement with PBS Newshour to share video journalism and longer documentaries. The agreement does not include revenue-sharing, according to a spokesperson. In the Post announcement, there was no mention revenue-sharing. Both efforts expand viewership of the content and may fill gaps in what each individual outlet produces on its own.

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