The Idaho State Government (IDG) has partnered with the Idaho Public Broadcasting (IPB) to develop digital native content.
The state-wide partnership aims to increase the amount of local news, information and local news content on the Internet and to provide Idahoans with better access to local news by connecting them to local content via Google News.
The IDG and IPB have partnered to create a new digital native news platform and a digital native digital media platform.
In 2018, Idaho became the first state in the nation to launch a digital news platform, which will allow residents to search for local news and local content from state- and county-level newspapers, local TV stations and local radio stations.
The new platforms will be launched in early 2018.
The Idaho native news site will be a news aggregator, where visitors can easily find local news stories from local and state news sources.
The new platform will also be used to publish local, state, and national news content.
The news aggregators will also include an interactive news platform to enable Idahoans to explore local news sources and stories through interactive maps and stories, as well as a search engine to allow residents access to all news sources on the Idaho Native News website.
The platforms will also provide an online forum where Idahoans can connect with others interested in the news.
For example, Idaho residents can visit the online forum to share news stories, ask questions or connect with other members of the Idaho native community.
The forum will be powered by the state-of-the-art Google News Search engine.
The state-owned Idaho Public Television (IPT) and the Idaho State Public Radio (ISPRR) will both be using the new platforms to share local news from their stations, while the Idaho County TV station will be using a Google News service for local content.ICTV, which is part of the state’s cable TV service, will be offering a service that provides a live feed of the news to subscribers in Idaho.
ISPRR, which also provides its own local TV service to subscribers, will also offer a local news feed to its subscribers.
In addition, ISPRF will offer a news feed that will allow users to find local, local news for any local county, city or town in Idaho that they can access through Google News or a searchable database.
The news feeds will also have a map feature that allows users to access local news in their area.
The Idaho native digital news service will also allow Idaho residents to access all local news available on the web through a search feature.
Idaho native content will be accessible through Google Maps and other Google products.
The partnerships with the IDG are part of Idaho’s effort to bring local news to the internet, which has long been a challenge for local governments.
In 2017, Idaho passed a law requiring local governments to be prepared to serve local news on the internet.