— Telegraph: It’s had a policy of diversifying online revenues for some time, but this is novel: Telegraph Media Group has launched Telegraph Expat Wealth Services in partnership with financial firm Blevins Franks.
— FT-CNBC The Financial Times is partnering with US broadcaster CNBC for a series of print and online reports titled “The Future of Finance.” From next week, the paper’s print edition will include a weekly supplement, FT.com will get a themed micro-site, and CNBC is running a four-part documentary across EMEA. From Marketing.
— Condé Nast: Trulymadlydating.com is the newly launched dating site from Condé Nast Digital UK and it’s being promoted across the company’s UK sites. Membership is £19.99 a month or £59.99 for six months, and the site is run by Dating Lab, which has created sites for Guardian.co.uk, Telegraph.co.uk and TimeOut.com/London.
— Cineworld mag Cinema chain Cineworld has launched a digital version of its monthly Unlimited magazine with video content and a click-to-buy tickets service. The mag is made by the BBC’s Customer Publishing division and has a circulation of more than 500,000 a month. Via NMA.