It’s your last chance (for the foreseeable future, at least) to join an incubator in Philly’s newspaper HQ.
In 2011, Philadelphia Media Network (now Interstate General Media) got $250,000 from the Knight Foundation to run three cycles of a startup incubator. The second class will soon wind down, and now the incubator is looking for its next tenants.
From the release:
Companies and entrepreneurs pursuing innovative products related to the news media, e-commerce, and mobile applications for smart phones and tablets, are encouraged to apply to the program.
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