Those rumors about Slate

Yes, Microsoft is talking about selling the online magazine to the Washington Post, the New York Times or a handful of other potential buyers, the Post's Howard Kurtz reports. Microsoft would like to keep distributing Slate, launched eight years ago, but doesn't regard it as a good investment any longer. Slate's content airs as part of NPR's "Day to Day" program produced here in Culver City.


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