HOTLINE: News in brief

The Evening Standard is set to put its sports and news headlines out on public display via special electronic sites in supermarkets, garage forecourts, billboards, train stations and airports. The headlines will be branded and will also carry marketing messages.

The Evening Standard is set to put its sports and news headlines out on public display via special electronic sites in supermarkets, garage forecourts, billboards, train stations and airports. The headlines will be branded and will also carry marketing messages.



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