Northeast papers discuss content-sharing plan

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Editors from several dailies in the Northeast, dissatisfied with the Associated Press, met recently to discuss the formation of a content-sharing agreement that in several cases would serve in place of their AP agreements. Shawn Moynihan reports the “Northeast Consortium” of newspapers, which is expected to include the New York Daily News, Buffalo News, Albany Times-Union, Newark Star-Ledger and Newsday, is weeks away from announcing a content-sharing arrangement.

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