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Archives: March 2012

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In order to give a special report added weight and readability, designers broke out of the mold of the site’s normal design.
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Mark Coddington    March 30, 2012
Plus: The Guardian champions open journalism, new satellite TV hacking accusations for News Corp., and the rest of the week’s media/tech must-reads.
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Dave Winer    March 29, 2012
News isn’t just a product, it’s a community, and news organizations should take advantage of what’s happening around them, the web pioneer argues.
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Ken Doctor    March 29, 2012
Newspapers and other publishers are realizing the value of selling something other than their primary product to readers — and ebooks are leading the way.
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Adrienne LaFrance    March 29, 2012
On cutting back on breaking news coverage at The Bay Citizen: “There’s almost no such thing as first anymore.”
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Adrienne LaFrance    March 28, 2012
With the swell of Chinese visitors to New York City, the New York Observer’s parent company finds a valuable niche market — in another language.
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Andrew Phelps    March 27, 2012
Simon Glik was prosecuted for recording video of an arrest in a public place; a U.S. appeals court ruled the First Amendment protected his right to do so.
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Adrienne LaFrance    March 27, 2012
News.me asks: Can the way people characterize the news they share tell us about why they share in the first place?
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Adrienne LaFrance    March 27, 2012
Op-Docs animates the opinion pages and re-imagines documentary news.