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Links 1 through 10 of 148 by Andy Dickinson tagged newspapers

"Those 40 percent (of total U.S. music sales) and 28 percent (Apple’s share of overall music sales) numbers are ones to note. If they held true for news reading, then by 2017, we can be assured of one thing: Apple’s share of news “circulation” revenue would be mind-bending."

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The editors weblog rounds up some views on managing anonymous comments "Newspapers constantly have to walk the fine line between freedom of speech and respect for individual rights. Is it time for them to hold their website commenters to rigorous standards?"

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Benoit Raphael shares his ideas for a 'google newsroom' great stuff.

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Ed Rousell presents a strategy that moves away from chasing the maximum number of web users to focus on the "three Cs": content, commerce and clubs

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Mediabastard outlines three models for success as presented by UK newspapers.

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Alan says why he thinks newspapers/journalism should stand behind the demoratic process and not 'wimp out' of endorsing candidates

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A Swedish take on why e-paper is a cul-de-sac for newspapers. At best a transitional product but not the savior many think it is.

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Sarah Hartly asks for help to investigate "How much local council coverage is there in your local newspaper?" She's using Helpmeinvestigate to do it and it will produce some good stuff.

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Michael Andersen takes a look at the Ann Arbor Chronicle - an online news sites. It includes a nice, 10 point checklist of the average working cycle. Satisfying to see "6. More than 20 public meetings a month.". As one commentator put it "It takes blood, sweat and tears to do the news."

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