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Archives: May 2012

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Dan Kennedy    May 29, 2012
Is Michael Wolff right about Facebook, and is online advertising doomed to fail? If so, here are a few ways news organizations could prepare.
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Justin Ellis    May 29, 2012
The editor of the Guardian says he’s not averse to asking readers to pay for products, but a paywall isn’t “the most interesting thing to be doing at the moment.”
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Journalists should always be hacking, trying to tell stories in surprising new ways.
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Joshua Benton    May 25, 2012
Three recent talks that challenge how information is evolving.
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Mark Coddington    May 25, 2012
Plus: A look at Warren Buffett’s big newspaper buy, a bill targeting anonymous comments, and the rest of the week’s big news in media and tech.
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The Times is also pushing more material to devices overnight, aiming to improve the user experience on launch and save readers some bandwidth on their data plans.
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Ken Doctor    May 24, 2012
Rupert Murdoch might be thinking about putting his British newspapers into a trust. Why haven’t we seen more innovation in how news organizations get owned and governed?