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Links 1 through 10 of 21 by Justin Mason tagged newspapers

how the Daily Mail (UK) works, via b3ta. mind-boggling misuse of one woman's comments to concoct a story, according to this

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Phil Gyford reworks the Grauniad's website using their open content API. I really like the navigation and just-the-text nature, but I still feel a need to know what other articles are "nearby", which this doesn't quite provide. Still, excellent work

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neologism for recycled PR and wire copy masquerading as journalism; new study claims that it makes up the majority of UK newspaper home news coverage

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really great advice for tech-section interviewees from Adrian Weckler

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ahead of the Irish Times & Myhome.ie and the Irish Independent sites, just short of RTE.ie. Web forums are certainly mainstream in Ireland now

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allegations that Irish newspapers have copied content from blogs. There's been a lot of cases of this recently. good round-up from Cian Ginty

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good interview with Irish Times MD, Maeve Donovan, on their removal of the paywall: 'it had become clear that there were not sufficient numbers of Irish Times readers prepared to pay for online content.' seems the example of the Grauniad was influential

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'It's a common enough misconception, but Irish national newspapers have not and are not currently showing the large-scale declines in readership as seen in the UK and US. The market is reasonably stable.' interesting

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every story has commenting, archives going back to 2006, and inline links to New-Yorker-style topic index pages; brilliant! great work, definitely the best Irish newspaper site at the moment

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'the key sentence in the article: "If the news is that important, it will find me." [...] It's time for those in the newspaper business to stop thinking of readers as straight consumers [... and] get rid of paywalls.' are you listening, Irish Times?

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