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Project Liberty Digital Incubator: apply now for last class of Philly newspapers’ incubator

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 […]

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.

Find the application here [.doc] and apply by noon, Nov. 5.

Companies: Interstate General Media / Philadelphia Media Network

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