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SI Adds N.Y. Times' Pete Thamel To Challenge Rival CBS Sports
Published August 1, 2012
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MORE MEDIA MOVES: News Corp’s daily digital national news publication -- The Daily -- yesterday announced content and personnel changes at the publication. A total of 50 full-time employees, 29% of the full-time staff, will be released. The sports and opinion sections, which saw the lightest traffic, are being reorganized. Sports reporting will now be provided by content partners, like Fox Sports, while existing features like photo galleries and the ability to track favorite teams via a customizable sports page will remain (News Corp.).