Gannett buys thousands of iPhones, iPads for its journalists

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Gannett is buying thousands of new iPhones, iPads, netbooks, portable wireless hotspots and A/V accessories for its journalists at U.S. newspapers. Jim Hopkins has the memo from Gannett U.S. newspapers division President Bob Dickey. Equipment arrives in January, followed by training, then editors will be told how to distribute it. || Earlier: JRC gives iPhones, iPads and netbooks to ideaLab members (Digital First) | BBC develops iPhone app for its reporters (Poynter.org)

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  • Anonymous

    Yep, sack staff. Buy toys. Welcome to neo-feudalism.

  • Anonymous

    Now that Gannett has laid off most of its reporters and editors, it can save considerably on buying stuff for the survivors to use.