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Jan. 30, 2013 8:30 am

New York Times startup incubator in style of Project Liberty

The New York Times recently opened applications for timeSpace, its new four month startup incubator.

The New York Times recently opened applications for timeSpace, its new four month startup incubator. If that sounds familiar, it’s because it is: the parent company of Philadelphia’s two daily newspapers launched their own media-focused tech startup incubator — Project Liberty — last year. Project Liberty recently announced its third and final class of startups.

It’s unclear if the New York Times received funding from outside sources (the parent company of the Philadelphia newspapers received $250,000 in funding from the Knight Foundation to run Project Liberty) to run the incubator.

Read more about timeSpace here.

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