Fox News Online Adds Content From Popular Science Magazine

Posted on July 28, 1999

FOX News Online has announced a content deal with Popular Science, a science and technology magazine. FOX News Online is teaming up with Popular Science to offer users sci-tech news with a blend of video, features, wires and forums.

FOXNews.com is featuring weekly features and daily sci-tech news. The daily content includes science questions of the day taken from the "FYI" section of the magazine and a "What's New" in technology feature. Twice a week, FOXNews.com features a look at sci-tech news covered in Popular Science 100 years ago and a look at 100 of the greatest inventions of the millennium. Reality Tech, a technology column written by Popular Science Editor-in-Chief, Fred Abatemarco, will appear weekly with other feature science stories.

"Extending the content of our magazine and our website (popsci.com) via FOXNews.com is an exciting new vista for our editors, and another milestone for the 127 year-old brand," said Abatemarco.
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