NEW YORK (AP) — Metro, a free daily newspaper in New York, said Tuesday that it has entered into a content partnership with financial media company TheStreet Inc.
The partnership calls for TheStreet's personal finance, markets and business news content to be integrated with Metro's local business content in print and online.
Financial terms of the partnership were not disclosed.
Metro said that the agreement expands its offerings and enables its properties to use their news teams more effectively with a particular focus on local news. TheStreet CEO Daryl Otto said Metro would make TheStreet's content to a broader audience.
Shares of TheStreet were unchanged in Tuesday trading at $2.17.