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Category Archives: Industry

  1. Quotes from #NICAR13 March 5, 2013

    Posted in Industry.

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  2. Maybe the e-edition is the silver bullet newspapers have been looking for… May 31, 2009

    Posted in Industry, Internet, Online, Print.

  3. Charging for content penalizes the “here let me recommend this” nature of the internet March 16, 2009

    Posted in Features, Industry, Internet, Observations, Snippets.

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  4. Amen, Chris Amico: On finding local, place-based news feeds December 21, 2008

    Posted in Ideas, Industry, Journalism, Local, Location, Observations, Online, Practice, Storytelling, Themes.

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  5. The Onion is getting in on the local online entertainment market November 13, 2008

    Posted in Industry, Local, Magazine, Online, Participants, Storytelling.

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  6. A list of the built-in psychological obstacles newsrooms have toward publishing information online: November 9, 2008

    Posted in Fun, Industry, News Orgs, Observations, Participants.

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  7. Snippet: How Salon frames the comments on their articles October 13, 2008

    Posted in Industry, Observations, Snippets.

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  8. 7 indications you might not be an internet noob anymore: October 6, 2008

    Posted in Fun, Industry, Internet, Observations.

  9. Lexington, North Carolina’s newspaper stopped publishing on Mondays… August 13, 2008

    Posted in Industry, News Orgs, Participants, Trends.

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  10. way back from 1999: A New Media Tells Different Stories June 26, 2008

    Posted in Good Reads, Ideas, Industry, Internet, Observations.