11.22.2006 12:00 AM
Fox News Share With Internet Broadcast Corp.
Fox News cut a content-sharing deal with International Broadcast Corp. of Montreal. Under the agreement, IBC Today will get up 40 to videos per day from Fox. The content will encompass U.S., international and business news.

IBC Today also has agreements with Associated Press TV, Canadian Broadcasting Corp., Dogan Haber Ajansi and Reuters as well as other international broadcasters. Non-English international material is translated and subtitled in English and searchable by keyword, country, city or news category. The site publishes 70 to 90 news clips--around 1.5 hours--a day; and archives transcripts of the stories.

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