— Telegraph.co.uk mobile: The paper is aping Independent.co.uk’s move last week by having Bluestar Mobile overhaul its mobile website. m.telegraph.co.uk now looks like m.independent.co.uk, with news, sport and other sections’ text and pics included along with a videos section and banner ads. The target is 200,000 monthly uniques, NMA says.
— Guardian-FT: The Financial Times and The Guardian are offering advertisers the chance to place public sector job ads in both papers. Ads carried in The Guardian‘s Wednesdays Society section can now be included in the FT on Thursdays. As we saw with Independent News & Media moving into DMGT’s London offices, It’s another example of the recession is bringing publishers together to get by. Disclosure: paidContent:UK’s parent company ContentNext Media is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Guardian News & Media.
— thelondonpaper: News International’s daily freesheet has revamped its website using free, open source software platform Drupal. The paper’s head of digital Saalim Chowdhury claims it’s the first time a UK newspaper has chosen an open-source platform and that it’s saving 30 percent on online costs. From Computerworlduk.com.