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Archives: September 2011

Megan Garber    
ChiAd wants to find safety — and money — in numbers.
Mark Coddington    
Plus: Pew studies on declining trust in the media and local news consumption, Business Insider faces accusations of unethical aggregation, and the rest of the week’s media and tech news.
Dan Check
Andrew Phelps    
“Tech-backward” no longer? “There’s definitely, I think, a cultural shift underway at Slate,” its tech director says.
Ken Doctor    
Welcome to a world of disruption, with twists of generational difference, tectonic ad spend changes, and lots of confused citizens.
Martin Langeveld    
What the aggressively-priced Kindle Fire will mean for news publishers.
David Skok    
Google, Facebook, and Twitter are great. But they’re not everything.
Joshua Benton    
Top Globe execs talk about the split between (free) and (paid)
Justin Ellis    
Data editor Reg Chua wants the company to rethink what the news story looks like (and how it’s delivered).
Andrew Phelps    
AIR has won $2 million in grants to hire 10 digital-savvy radio and television producers.
Vadim Lavrusik    
Facebook’s Journalist Program Manager explains the changes and how journos can take advantage of them.
Megan Garber    
How the algorithmic news aggregator is turning generosity into currency.
Mark Coddington    
Plus: AOL’s continued struggles, Netflix splits in two, the News Corp. scandal continues to widen, and the rest of the week’s required reading.
Joshua Benton    
It’s like being on Twitter all day long — without having to be on Twitter all day long.
Amy Alexander    
Do minority journalists face a different standard for reporting on race than their white colleagues?
Ken Doctor    
Print companies — and even broadcasters — should look to The Wall Street Journal’s new tablet video app and realize they’ve still got work to do.