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Gawker: NYTimes falls foul of Google with IHT.com fold

Having folded the website of the international Herald Tribune into that of the New York Times, IHT story links now redirect to a generic landing page – denying the Times extra Google juice and frustrating users.

Full post at this link…

IHT.com: Microsoft to seek new standard for protection of media site content

In an attempt to ‘redefine’ the ‘often testy’ relationship between online publishers and search engines, Microsoft plans to work with European media owners to protect and profit from copyrighted material online, IHT reports.

IHT.com: France plans to use fifth of broadcasting spectrum for mobile internet and television

The French government has presented plans to use about a fifth of the country’s prime television broadcasting spectrum for mobile Internet and television services by the end of 2009.

paidContent:UK: IHT.com will keep its own identity on NYTimes.com site

Forbes.com originally reported the site would shut down, but that is not the case, Vivian Schiller, SVP and GM of NYTimes.com told paidContent. “The idea is to have one big global brand under one roof,” she said, stressing that IHT content would be co-branded and feature IHT specific content.

International Herald Tribune launches iPhone site

IHT.com has developed a version of the site for iPhone users. The version is ‘iPhone optimised’ rather than being an iPhone app – e.g. an application built exclusively for the iPhone – co-creator Michael Cosentino is keen to point out in a blog post.

Last week the New York Times announced plans to develop an application for the Apple device.

Revamped Reuters business section on IHT.com goes live

Last month we reported that Reuters and the International Herald Tribune were partnering to revamp the IHT’s financial news offering online and launch a daily co-branded world business report in the newspaper.

The new section of the IHT.com site – renamed Business with Reuters – has gone live today and features news analysis and comment from IHT, Reuters and New York Times business writers and columnists.