In the agreement with Tiger Oak Publications, both companies will leverage content on seattlepi.com.
"By providing our Seattle magazine, and Seattle Business content to Seattlepi.com, we will be able to extend our reach and showcase our high quality feature stories and local lifestyle and business coverage to millions of new readers," John Kueber, COO of Tiger Oak's Seattle unit, said in a statement.
Tiger Oak will provide several stories each week for the business and lifestyle sections of seattlepi.com. The newspaper Web site will provide Tiger Oak with promotional and branding opportunities on seattlepi.com.
"Tiger Oak's publications ... are an excellent and well-loved brand, and we look forward to sharing their excellent content with our readers," Michelle Nicolosi, executive producer of seattlepi.com, said in a statement.
In March, Hearst folded the 146-year-old Seattle Post-Intelligencer as a print newspaper and continued with a much smaller staff online. The Web site says it has 3.7 million readers.
By: E&P Staff Seattlepi.com, the first metro daily to go online-only, has announced a content agreement with the publisher of Seattle Magazine, Seattle Business and two dozen other regional lifestyle and business publications.