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Archives: December 2011

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Tim Carmody    Dec. 21, 2011
In 2012, we’re due for a great leap forward in mobile reading.
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Burt Herman    Dec. 21, 2011
In the real-time news cycle, social media can — and should — be about much more than conversation.
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Rex Sorgatz    Dec. 21, 2011
The media entrepreneur shares a vision of Lower Left Coast domination.
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The Editors    Dec. 21, 2011
Predictions from Brian Boyer, Joy Mayer, Kevin Kelly, Sree Sreenivasan, and more.
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Vadim Lavrusik    Dec. 21, 2011
A big question for the coming year: How will the right communities get the right kind of news?
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Steve Buttry    Dec. 21, 2011
With a bonus bold prediction for 2012: Gene Weingarten will write a disapproving column about the changing news business that is funny but dead wrong.
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Paul Bradshaw    Dec. 21, 2011
Also: Say goodbye to the homepage as we know it. The future is streaming.
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Dan Kennedy    Dec. 21, 2011
Paywalls may become more popular in 2012; that doesn’t mean they’ll be enough to save a flailing industry.
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Emily Bell    Dec. 21, 2011
As the fourth estate goes digital, Columbia’s Tow Center director argues, it will question its reliance on third-party platforms.
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Robert Hernandez    Dec. 20, 2011
If I can trust you to tell me what’s going on, then I don’t care if you work out of a newsroom or out of your garage.