Sony Makes E-Reader Deal With WSJ, New York Post

Posted: Dec 17 2009, 9:56am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:21pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

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Sony's hoping to buoy enthusiasm for their new Daily Edition E-Reader with this latest announcement. They've partnered up with Dow Jones to deliver access as the "premier" digital reading device for the Wall Street Journal and New York Post. Owners of the reader will be able to receive exclusive content from both periodicals. The Daily Edition reader will be the only device allowed to carry the New York Post in digital format. The publishers of both the Post and the Journal have agreed to help advertise and market Sony's reader. A full subscription to the Journal, plus supplementary evening bulletin delivery, will cost you $19.99/month. A full post subscription will cost $9.99/month. To look into downloading either on your reader you can visit the reader store. You'll also be able to purchase MarketWatch Today, exclusive to the Reader Store, for $10.99/month.

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