SAN FRANCISCO — Thomson’s Premier Retail Networks here and the Associated Press yesterday announced a programming agreement to present AP news content on PRN’s Checkout TV network in supermarkets and retail stores nationwide. The Checkout TV network presents programming on more than 19,000 screens that shoppers can watch while they wait in line. Several categories of AP news and entertainment content will be integrated as a scrolling ticker across the bottom of the screen. PRN has more than ...
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