UK news broadcaster ITN is trialing an email service that will send text, audio and video news clips directly to your desktop.
Users choose the subjects they are interested in and news bulletins are mailed out once a day. People who don?t want big files can request to have bulletins without images.
ITN believes the service, which is free, is a good way of communicating with its audience and getting traffic on to its site. It is expecting to sign up 5,000 people within the first month.
The personalised emails contain cut down versions of original stories that are displayed on the ITN site.
Although files can include graphics, audio and video, file size is not expected to exceed 25Kbytes, said an ITN spokesperson.
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