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Jan 27, 2009

Trinity Mirror joins the social media revolution

Posted by Lauren Drablier on January 27, 2009 at 10:02 AM
Trinity Mirror has joined other media organizations and newspapers in the social media revolution by introducing new interactive tools to its websites in collaboration with social media firm Pluck.  The tools will be incorporated using APIs and widgets, Journalism.co.uk reports.

According to David Black, Trinity Mirror's group director of digital publishing, "Our strategy is all about building a really engaged online audience. We see interactivity as absolutely critical to improving the experience we offer to our users." 
Pluck's features will appear on Mirror.co.ukSunday Mail and Daily RecordLiverpool EchoCoventry Telegraph and Gazette Live websites.  

More additions planned for later this year are individual profiles and the implementation of user comments.

About Pluck

A leader in social media software solutions, Pluck helps transform how publishers, retailers and major brands engage their audiences and customers to discover, create and distribute content online. Providing the technologies for content generation, syndication and social networking, Pluck helps its customers more easily consume and leverage the new open content model that has emerged as the cornerstone of interactivity online.

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