News Corp aggregator aims to break free from tech platforms

Rupert Murdoch's News Corp on Jan 29 unveiled an online news aggregation service. — AFP Relaxnews

WASHINGTON: Rupert Murdoch's News Corp on Jan 29 unveiled an online news aggregation service, aiming to break away from the tech platforms that dominate digital media.

The application called Knewz, now being tested, will include content from more than 400 sources in the United States and worldwide, including Al-Jazeera, The Washington Post and Murdoch's own Fox News.

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