The three startups that make up TimeSpace, the New York Times
' "foray into
are set to “graduate" from the program in September and make a pitch for their news-related tools to their host of the last few months, writes Erin Griffith. She
interviews the entrepreneurs involved to get a sense of how the program has worked for them. One benefit: The startups "have had front row seats to the inner workings of the Times’ newsroom,"
Griffith writes. Meanwhile, the Times
is infused "with some of that sweet innovation nectar startups are known for," according to Griffith. "The unspoken hope is that the entrepreneurial
spirit will rub off on the slow-moving Times Company like osmosis."
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