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Tom Paine

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Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher's new site (their relationship with The Wall Street Journal
terminated at year's end, thus ending the old AllThingsD) is now live at Re/code.

The Mossberg/Swisher holding company, Revere Digital LLC, is launching the new site with
minority investments from Comcast's NBC Universal News Group and Windsor Media, an investment firm run by Terry Semel, former chief of Yahoo and Warner Brothers, it was formally announced yesterday.

See more on the background behind the deal from Fortune's Dan Primack.

Revere Digital LLC is also signing a separate content partnership with NBCUniversal News Group to partner on tech coverage, beginning today. The two companies will maintain editorial independence, the announcement says, though each will have access to the other's content.

Revere's major annual conference will be the 'Code' conference and will be held in late
May at the same California location that the annual AllThingsD conference was held.

The Journal's new site is called WSJD and the AllThingsD URL redirects to its home page. Headed by Global Technology Editor Jonathan Krim, its difficult so far to get a reading on what WSJD will look like beyond some of the blog content that the Journal has long produced, such as 'Digits'.

One of my biggest hopes for the new Mossberg/Swisher site was that it would eliminate
the usual page load lag of several seconds that existed on AllThingsD. So far, so good.