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Pulitzer Prize-winning author Gene Roberts speaks at a panel discussion at the Clinton Presidential Library about the 1957 Central High crisis, in Little Rock, Ark., Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2007. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)
“Virtually every hire should be part of a long-range master plan of journalistic excellence.”
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We talked to its new crop of board members: “My experience in the area of philanthropy is that if you are addressing important issues, have good ideas, and can show results, people and organizations are willing to support you.”
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Some sort of attachment with Temple University could be in the works. But nonprofit law could throw up a number of obstacles to making that happen.
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Plus: The fallout of government surveillance, mugshot extortion, a Philly newspaper flap, and the rest of the week’s media and tech news.
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With over 200,000 followers on Facebook and a tireless work ethic, the only question is where Justin Auciello will take Jersey Shore Hurricane News next.
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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. Joshua Benton
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For interested buyers looking at the numbers of Tribune newspapers, one bright spot will stand out: the price.
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In this excerpt from his new book Rebuilding the News, he uses the Philadelphia media ecosystem as a lens on what’s happened to local journalism since 2000. C.W. Anderson
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A new wave of financial optimism is hitting some corners of the newspaper industry. But there’s still plenty of reason to hesitate.
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What happens to a great open source project when its creators are no longer using the tool themselves?
PANDA, the four-year-old Knight News Challenge-winning newsroom application for storing and analyzing large data sets, still has a respectable community of users, but could now use a new longterm caretaker.
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“We have so many friends in this city doing great things, but there hasn’t been the right platform for them to break through.”
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