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Links 1 through 10 of 63 by Andy Dickinson tagged newspaper

State of the News Media 2012 – Newspapers’ revenue still falling: http://t.co/MfTf4RrD #newspaper #news #journalism via @journoresource

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Part 2 of Vadim's US based study of local video. This part looks at usability and the way video is presented

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Paid Content takes the announcment that the WSJ will not take embargos and links it with the policy of measuring their output on the wires. News as commodity according to Robert Thomson "Even a headstart of a few seconds is priceless for a commodities trader or a bond dealer". Is This is what breaking news on the web really means in the new world of newspapers?

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The nationals get first bite of this (limited) cherry. My thinking is that they should have done this the other way round and talked to the big regionals where, for once, there centralized IT could have worked to allow a quick roll-out. Perhaps the regionals are just too commercial?

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Big(ish) newspaper group stake claim on web shock. "In every town, there will already be a person who writes match reports for football games, businesses who like to talk about their work, churches who host events every week. We want to co-ordinate that activity. " Interesting move by AND but time will tell if it's really hyperlocal or more of the same. The phrase "We want to co-ordinate that activity" doesnt make me confident for the former.

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"I know it’s heresy to say it. But are we wasting time concentrating on video journalism?" I say no but agree that it has to have its place.

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"[T]alented journalists like Susan - with a decade of experience and a showreel the length of a Martin Scorsese film - are left sidelined and ever more frustrated by a desperate land grab to bring in exactly the same kind of stories as everyone else. Welcome to the future of new media journalism." Sad but true stories from the industry

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Everyblock gets a look from the NYTimes “In many cities, the local blog scene is so rich and deep that even if a newspaper goes away, there would be still be plenty of stuff for us to publish,” said Mr. Holovaty of EveryBlock.

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