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Site News Daily updated technology news is the latest service being offered by TDL InfoSpace (www.infospace.co.uk), the UK's leading provider of Internet consumer content and technology to its network of over 100 sites. The service which covers all the latest developments in computing and Internet is being provided by leading Web-based IT news service The Register. With a dedicated team of reporters in the UK, The Register offers a unique insight into the events and happenings of the technology world written with a UK angle.

"As a provider of essential content and services to UK sites it is important for us to be offering UK-specific content to our network," said TDL InfoSpace managing director Andrew Fisher. "We are excited to be distributing The Register's leading service to our co-brand partners which include some of the UK's most innovative sites and online services around including Thomweb and Screaming.net. The distribution arrangement for The Register to appear as the technology news provider across the TDL InfoSpace network is the first deal of its kind struck by the two-year-old Web site.

Drew Cullen, co-editor of The Register, is delighted with the opportunity to be distributed by TDL InfoSpace. "TDL Infospace puts us in front of many more Web sites than we could achieve under our own steam," Cullen said. "This will help us increase our audience reach in the UK." ®

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