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UK Newspapers Are Saying They Have A Larger US Online Audience Than They Do British, And If That is So They Can Thank Just One Guy In Miami Drudge
Philip Stone August 1, 2007
British newspapers are falling over themselves in trying to make their web sites attractive to US readers and they spin that some of those sites have more regular American readers than British. So the sites are being aimed now not just for a British audience but for a much larger international audience, and with more eyeballs in front of those newspaper web screens, the newspapers hope that translates into more advertising money, if they can attract advertisers interested in more than just domestic campaigns. available for restricted access.
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