Digital City Signs Content Pact With USAToday.com
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Under the agreement, Digital City will program USAToday.com's Local City Guide with regional news and information, entertainment, classifieds, directories, maps and directions.
Additionally, as part of the agreement, Digital City will sell all local advertising on the USAToday.com Local City Guide. National advertising will be sold equally between the two companies. Financial specifics were not disclosed.
Digital City content and information will also be threaded throughout USAToday.com areas, including the main page, News, Life and Sports sections.
"The addition of Digital City content allows us to enhance our coverage of local news as well as offer other city-specific information that our consumers are seeking," said Jeff Webber, senior vice president and publisher of USAToday.com.