Print Round-Up: Telegraph Revamps iPhone App; Property Week’s New B2B Site; Blackwell Mags Service

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Telegraph: Telegraph Media Group has tweaked its free iPhone app with faster speeds, offline reading, GPS-based weather reports and a host of other features such as photos, video and a summary of popular Twitter streams. It might be the first newspaper app to offer a citizen journalism function: readers can send news editors text reports and pictures. The new version is coming to Android and BlackBerry handsets shortly — 300,000 people have downloaded the app so far

Property Week: The UBM-owned B2B mag is preparing to launch a new website in Q1 to capitalise on its growing online audience. The company is hiring for an online reporter and the ad reads: “In early 2010 Property Week is launching a new website for property managers in local authorities, central government departments, and other public sector bodies.” Propertyweek.com attracts more than 150,000 monthly unique users, while the magazine has a weekly circulation of around 23,000.

Blackwell: The academic book publisher has kicked off a new online print magazine subscription service, in partnership with ThreePM. Release.

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