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In a new study, academic and Nieman Lab contributor Mark Coddington looks at how journalists defined their work in response to WikiLeaks — what made them different from Julian Assange.
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Plus: The travails of Edward Snowden, the birth of 21st Century Fox, the death of Google Reader, and the rest of the week’s media and tech news.
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WikiLeaks didn’t unleash the end to government secrecy some feared (or hoped for). But Julian Assange, holed up in a London embassy, is planning his next act: running for the Australian Senate.
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Plus: Niall Ferguson and the fact-checking debate, The New York Times’ new CEO, and the rest of the week’s big media and tech news.
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Plus: Debating the value of print in New Orleans, two more news paywalls, and the rest of the week’s news in the future of news and tech.
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Plus: News thinkers and journalists rethink the article as a form of journalism, and the rest of the week’s must-reads in media and tech. Mark Coddington
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Plus: A look at the world of news in 2011 and 2012, a SOPA update, and the rest of this week’s news and commentary in journalism and technology.
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Plus: Julian Assange faces extradition, public radio continues to struggle with political opinions, and the rest of the week’s journalism and tech news. Mark Coddington
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Plus: News Corp.’s shareholder meeting, USA Today tries an innovative data licensing strategy, and the rest of the week’s big stories. Mark Coddington
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