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SWMS Analysis: Why Now for Digital Editions
Monday, July 27, 2009
Gannett next week will offer a digital edition of USAToday that offers exact replicas of the print pages, with the following enhancements:
* embedded videos playable from the newspaper content
* interactive puzzles and games, including Sudoku
* interactive USA Today Snapshot infographics
* a text-to-speech capability that "reads" articles to you