Newsquest launches mobile website network

LONDON - Regional publisher Newsquest has launched 148 mobile websites to accompany its network of newspapers and websites.

New network: Newsquest launches 148 mobile websites
New network: Newsquest launches 148 mobile websites

The new mobile sites will deliver news, sport, travel, entertainment and weather information. Clients can book sponsorship and ads across the site from this week.

Newsquest will sell ads on the mobile sites alongside its existing portfolio. Newsquest Media Sales will handle national campaigns and the local publishing centres will sell regional opportunities.

Roger Green, managing director of Newsquest Digital Media, said: "Both Newsquest's national and local sales teams are used to selling a range of ad opportunities, from print to the internet, to sponsorship of text services. Mobile is another powerful channel that we can offer to our advertisers."

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