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Links 1 through 10 of 118 by Suw Charman-Anderson tagged community

As some of you might know, I've been writing a weekly column about theme parks for the Orange County Register. It's a nice throwback to my earlier days in journalism, when I worked in newspapers as a reporter, editorial writer, columnist and website editor. via Pocket

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(This is not so much a post for the moment. But for years I've answered this question in a million different emails. And I have long wanted to do one post about it so I could simply refer to it when asked.) Why are there no comments on the Editor's Blog? via Pocket

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Since reaching the milestone in mid November, that number has continued to grow and some 42,479 people now pay to read De Correspondent, either on a monthly or yearly basis. Speaking to Journalism.co. via Pocket

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Farhad Manjoo @fmanjoo At 5,200 comments the Amazon story is now officially the most commented-upon story in NYT history says the Audience Development team. via Pocket

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Many readers who comment on articles are valuable to a news organization. They are highly engaged, often knowledgeable about the subject and their comments attract other readers, swelling page views and time-on-page statistics. via Pocket

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As amateur reporting grows across the world, Greg Murphy suggests citizen journalism and professional reporting can go hand-in-hand to paint a full and fairer picture of events. via Pocket

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Kevin: A good look at changes in coverage by the Cleveland Plain Dealer and how they are changed their coverage as they shift to more regular updates and higher engagement. The highlight a couple of recent examples.

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