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Articles tagged Dan Kennedy (19)

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Ken Doctor    
The future is digital, of course — but in the present, the revenues generated by print are absolutely critical to supporting local newsrooms. So it makes sense to pay attention to print strategy.
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Dan Kennedy    
“A feisty newspaper owner who fights back in public? Bring it on. That’s certainly an improvement over the gray management style of the Times Company.”
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Dan Kennedy    
In this excerpt from The Wired City, Dan Kennedy examines how the New Haven Independent — one of the brightest stars of local online journalism — proved both its mettle and its distinctive take on the news when covering a major crime.
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Dan Kennedy    
Serving the public isn’t enough for journalism, the Northeastern University professor says. His new book The Wired City taught him that the public first has to be created, nurtured, and given a voice.
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Justin Ellis    
BostonGlobe.com is increasing subscribers, and Boston.com is finding new ways to make money. But as buyers look at New England institution, how is it juggling its two-brand strategy?
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Joshua Benton    
The author of “Rebuilding the News: Metropolitan Journalism in the Digital Age” talks about what he saw in Philadelphia as the business came tumbling down.
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Dan Kennedy    
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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Andrew Phelps    
The newspaper is encouraging reporters to jump into the comment threads of their own stories, not hide from them.
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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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Megan Garber    
Joshua Benton    
Mathew Ingram    
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