In Boston, community projects make use of empty office space
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We've already seen the The New York Times offer media startups office space and advice. Now the Boston Globe is leasing out its empty office space to local businesses and art projects. Due to the economic downturn and shifts in the media industry, the long-standing daily has shed staff in recent years, leaving part of its second-floor office space uninhabited. According to reports, the paper is now inviting residents from the city – including tech startups and local bands – to make use of the facilities. The company's Internet station RadioBDC operates from the building, as well as a majority…
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