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Links 1 through 10 of 28 by Sarah Booker tagged newspaper

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Rising star, gigging journalists, just two ideas for the future of journalism.

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A critical look at Rupert Murdoch's The Daily iPad newspaper.

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Metered access to a paywalled newspaper where readers see 10 stories a month free, then take up subscription.

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Jeff Jarvis, the journalism professor and media commenter behind Buzzmachine, recently gave a talk in which he said: “I defended [newspaper] comments for years. But the problem is that comments are too often the voice of assholes.”

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You have to sympathise with The Guardian’s correspondent Andrew Clark, who, during News Corp.‘s Q2 earnings conference call Tuesday night, dared to ask Rupert Murdoch: “I don’t know if you’ve read Alan Rusbridger’s speech... ?” “No,” Murdoch interrupted.

So Clark had another go, asking Murdoch to comment on the speech, in which his editor-in-chief last week warned that shutting journalism behind a wall risks suffocating the “democracy of ideas” and “sleepwalking in to oblivion”. “I think that sounds like B.S. to me,” Murdoch replied, again curtly.

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The web site redesign and relaunch cost the Dolans $4 million, according to Mr. Jimenez. With those 35 people, they've grossed about $9,000.

In that time, without question, web traffic has begun to plummet, and, certainly, advertising will follow as well

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The inevitable – and seemingly irreversible – contraction of the newspaper-reading audience begins to answer one of the most frequently asked questions I hear: How long can print newspapers last?

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