Brief Provides a Summary of the News for Smart, Busy People
New York, NY, January 16, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Brief is launching on January 16, publishing concise summaries of the top news. Designed for busy people, Brief is the fastest way to catch up on the news. Brief covers the most important stories in business, politics, world news, technology, and sports.
A global media company, Brief is powered by a team of 1,575 journalists in 150 countries. Available at ReadBrief.com, Brief is designed to be read on phones, tablets, and desktops.
"In this information overloaded world, Brief gives you the most important news stories of the day in concise summaries. Our mission is to help you become quickly informed about the news you need to know."
Mitchell Kerr, Editor-in-Chief of Brief
Brief features a Daily Briefing covering what you need to know to start your day. It’s the best morning briefing for smart, busy people. For those who prefer, Brief will email a daily morning briefing tailored to your time zone.
“In this information overloaded world, Brief gives you the most important news stories of the day in concise summaries,” says Mitchell Kerr, Editor-in-Chief of Brief. “Our mission is to help you become quickly informed about the news you need to know."
Brief is totally free without paywalls and is available on all platforms and devices. Read Brief on iOS, Apple Watch and Android. You can also follow Brief on Apple News, Google Play Newsstand, Flipboard, and News360. Connect with Brief on Facebook and Twitter.
Learn more at AboutBrief.com.
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New York, NY 10016