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Archives: December 2011

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Steve Buttry    
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    
Also: Say goodbye to the homepage as we know it. The future is streaming.
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Dan Kennedy    
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    
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    
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.
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Dan Gillmor    
The forces that seek to control the free flow of information are bigger than ever, the blogging pioneer argues — and a direct threat to journalism and innovation.
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Martin Langeveld    
Keeping Martin Honest: the 2012 edition.
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Carrie Brown-Smith    
From local TV to journalism co-ops, 2012 may be a banner year for the local news ecosystem.
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Dave Winer    
Culture and technology have an interwoven future; we need a tech press, the web pioneer argues, that can do justice to both.
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Nicholas Carr    
Versioning, the software business standby, is making its way into journalism’s business practices.
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Mark Coddington    
Plus: Twitter’s redesign, the debate over how to legally define journalism, and all the rest of this week’s must-reads in media and tech.
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Federica Cocco    
Owni “doesn’t carry advertisements and publishes all of its content under a Creative Commons license. Selling products — including e-books — is its big bet.”