The i newspaper will run “selected highlights” from the Financial Times under a new deal between the two titles hot on the heels of a similar arrangement the i made with the Economist. Starting today, JPI Media-owned daily is printing ten articles a week from the FT, including news, columns, features and politics, business and arts. The pieces will be chosen by i editors, accompanied by the FT logo and labelled as “articles republished from Financial Times”.In a letter to readers on page three of today’s paper, i editor-in-chief Oly Duff said: “I am a big fan of the FT, enjoying its incisive reporting, illuminating analysis and thoughtful comment, and I hope you find this a welcome addition to i’s existing mix.“We aim to blend original i journalism with our curation of quality articles from other leading publications, selected for their potential appeal to i readers.” Duff added that “if all goes as planned” there will be more announcements about “further planned improvements” to the i newspaper in the coming months.FT content appeared in today’s i paper, including a column on page 27 by FT associate editor and business columnist Pilita Clark about paid parental leave for men, which was originally published at… Read full this story
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