Orange France has unveiled a new version of its 2424actu news service that is now available to all web users.
Orange has signed partnerships in recent weeks with news providers Capital.fr, Jeune Afrique, LHumanitÃ©, MÃ©tro, Rue89, Touteleurope.fr, La Tribune de GenÃ¨ve, Voici and 24H. The company said it would soon also be able to make France TÃ©lÃ©visions content available on the service. 2424actu aggregates news from TV, radio and online press sources, with a business model based on increasing traffic through links to partner websites and revenue sharing agreements.
Orange said that 55% of people who had taken part in the trial of the service launched in March had opened an account on 2424actu.
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