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TravelPulse Launches Groundbreaking Partnership With Tribune Content Agency

Features & Advice | Barry Kaufman | September 11, 2016

TravelPulse Launches Groundbreaking Partnership With Tribune Content Agency

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The place to go for the latest travel news, tips and advice is expanding its reach through an exciting partnership with one of the world’s top content providers.

Over the next few weeks and months, you could begin to see TravelPulse articles in an array consumer media outlets in print and online through a partnership with the Tribune Content Agency.

Consumer travel features, destination dispatches and more from the web’s fastest-growing and most comprehensive travel website will appear in newspapers coast to coast.

“We are thrilled to announce this major extension of the TravelPulse brand,” said Mark Murphy, the founder and CEO of travAlliancemedia, the parent company of TravelPulse. “We have worked hard to grow our consumer travel focus and we’re proud to now be associated with the Tribune Content Agency.”

TravelPulse reaches millions of readers each year with a wide variety of content on newsmakers, must-see destinations and trends that impact travelers. Editor-in-chief Tim Wood sees this as the next step in growing relationships with content partners. The site has been a preferred travel partner for Fox for the past 18 months.

“We love travel and love inspiring readers to take that bucket list vacation and give them all the information they need to make it the best trip ever. We have worked hard to increase the quality of our writing staff and the depth of our coverage, so we’re excited about this partnership,” Wood said.

Tribune Content Agency delivers syndicated content to more than 600 media and digital information publishers in nearly 100 countries. The TravelPulse partnership will focus on delivering best-in-class travel content to a network that serves millions of readers each day in print and online.


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