The Financial Times (FT) and Bloomberg has announced that FT customers with a corporate licence will be able to access Financial Times journalism via the Bloomberg Professional service. The new service will be available to more than 295,000 Bloomberg subscribers.
The FT multiplatform licences allow professionals to access FT journalism in the most convenient way for their work and over 900 corporate customers have already purchased rights to read FT journalism via a number of third party technology platforms. Corporate licences are a flexible arrangement whereby companies pay once for rights to access FT journalism, independent of the technology or service used.
Customers of the Bloomberg Professional service that do not have an FT licence will see headlines of FT articles that link through to FT.com. Registered users of FT.com can access up to 10 articles per month at no cost. Unlimited access to FT articles requires a premium or corporate subscription.
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