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Using the Olympics as a template, the Times aims to draw in all types of readers with its coverage, sports editor Jason Stallman says.
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Plus: Another prominent case of plagiarism, the debate over false balance, a challenge to j-schools, and the rest of the week’s media and tech must-reads.
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Plus: The fallout from WikiLeaks’ hoax, the rise and fall of Jonah Lehrer, and the rest of the week’s media and tech news.
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The clothing giant wants to reach the Times’ iPad readers; the Times wants to let those readers dig deeper into the app.
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Journalists, brands and other companies can now tap into the localized community messaging service. Justin Ellis
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