Newsy Politics Launches in Award-Winning Pulse App

By Alexandra Wharton | April 10, 2012

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Today Newsy is launching its political video content on Pulse, the elegant mobile application that transforms websites and blogs into a colorful and interactive mosaic.

 

Newsy Politics will offer Pulse’s audience multisource videos that analyze political news coverage from a variety of media outlets. It will bring the first video component to Pulse’s extensive catalog of political news sources, which provides commentary, breaking news, original reporting and investigative journalism.  

 

"As we move closer to Election Day, we hope to continue to add relevant news sources to our platform focusing on the candidates and larger political issues. Our partnership with Newsy will bring political news coverage from a wide spectrum of sources, packaging it into short video perfect for mobile consumption on Pulse," explained Cristina Cordova, head of business development at Pulse.

 

“We’re excited about delivering Newsy’s unique political videos to Pulse’s ever growing audience this election season,” said Jim Spencer, president of Newsy. “Our multisource videos offer a new way to consume news - users understand biases in political reporting as well as discover news sources they would not have found on their own.”

 

The go-to news source for on-the-go news users, Newsy delivers context with convenience to keep users informed of the day’s most important stories.

 

About Pulse

Pulse is an award-winning application that makes it easy to consume news on mobile phones and tablets. Pulse has been named to the Apple's App Store Hall of Fame, chosen as an Android Editor's Choice app, selected as one of TIME's top 50 iPhone apps of 2011, and honored with the Apple Design Award. The company is headquartered in Palo Alto, California. For more information, please visit www.pulse.me

 

About Newsy

Newsy is a multisource video news service that analyzes the world's news coverage - highlighting the key differences in reporting. Through short videos available on the web and mobile devices (Nokia, iPad, iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Kindle Fire), Newsy accelerates the understanding of how a news story is covered. Newsy has won an Appy Award, a Davey Award and a W3 Award for its apps.