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Phil Harvey
10/4/2010

11:25 AM -- Hello, readers.

Today we're shipping the Light Reading Daily newsletter and the Light Reading Mobile Daily newsletter bright and early at 11:30 a.m. ET. For the past several years both newsletters have shipped at 6 p.m. ET.

Now you can get a 24-hour recap of the latest news headlines, videos, press releases, and commentary even earlier in the day. (By the way, you can sign up for one or both daily newsletters by clicking here. If you're interested in our daily coverage of CTIA Enterprise & Applications 2010, click here.)

We're excited about this change because this new time will give us a better shot at reaching our UK-based readers right before they head for the pub while giving our West Coast audience something to read with their morning coffee.

And, if you haven't noticed already, on the Light Reading Daily you get a section of bonus content called: "Here's What Everyone Else Is Looking At." This sassy feature recaps the most popular stories of the past several days and lets you know what's popular with most of our readers right now.

We hope you like the new, earlier daily newsletter. Let us know what you think in the comments below.

— Phil Harvey, Editor-in-Chief, Light Reading

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