The New York Times invites media startups to work from its headquarters
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We've already seen the Winnipeg Free Press take steps to connect with the local community by opening a branded coffee shop and work space. Now The New York Times is opening up its office space and expertise to media startups through timeSpace. The scheme is opening up office space at the newspaper's headquarters at 620 8th Avenue, New York City, to provide fledgling businesses with a four-month program. The company is looking for entrepreneurs or startups within the journalism or digital media industry and with these fledgling enterprises it hopes to work on refining their ideas and to open up…
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