Fox News Online Adds Content From Popular Science Magazine

Posted on July 28, 1999

FOX News Online has announced a content deal with Popular Science, a science and technology magazine. FOX News Online is teaming up with Popular Science to offer users sci-tech news with a blend of video, features, wires and forums. is featuring weekly features and daily sci-tech news. The daily content includes science questions of the day taken from the "FYI" section of the magazine and a "What's New" in technology feature. Twice a week, features a look at sci-tech news covered in Popular Science 100 years ago and a look at 100 of the greatest inventions of the millennium. Reality Tech, a technology column written by Popular Science Editor-in-Chief, Fred Abatemarco, will appear weekly with other feature science stories.

"Extending the content of our magazine and our website ( via is an exciting new vista for our editors, and another milestone for the 127 year-old brand," said Abatemarco.

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