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Ken Doctor    March 27, 2014
The product is compelling and a big step forward for The New York Times in a number of ways. But can a $2-a-week iPhone app compete with the free and open web?
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Ken Doctor    March 13, 2014
Want a model for news innovation? Look to Scandinavia, where Schibsted is having more success building digital businesses than just about any of its peers. Next on its list: building a web-native TV experience.
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Joshua Benton    February 11, 2014
“We’re producing journalism which is distributed through channels, as opposed to publications. That’s the fundamental change and the key to understanding how to survive the change.”
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Joshua Benton    February 10, 2014
Or at least explain what Upworthy means for the future of online content.
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Ken Doctor    January 16, 2014
Financial documents being shown to potential buyers raise questions about its future growth. Has Forbes peaked? And can it justify the high price it’s seeking?
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Adrienne LaFrance    December 17, 2013
“Just imagine having a beat not tethered to a physical place or set topic, but an abstract and ever-changing linked set of ideas that you get to explore in real-time with other curious people.”
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Justin Ellis    December 11, 2013
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Justin Ellis    November 19, 2013
One of The Atlantic’s first spinoffs, the company wants to transform The Wire into a gritty look at life on the streets of Baltim…I mean, a mobile-friendly destination for both heavy and light news consumers.
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Caroline O'Donovan    October 16, 2013
More than 1,400 journalists, publishers, academics, and more are descending on Atlanta this week to talk shop.
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Caroline O'Donovan    October 1, 2013
“What we’re seeing is we just haven’t found the right social signals or social codes to make people feel that they have to behave a certain way in certain spaces online — and to tell the difference between a club and a church.”
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Adrienne LaFrance    September 3, 2013
The daily baseball newsletter cuts through the endless sea of sports online. Can email newsletters be to the 2010s a bit of what blogs were to the 2000s?
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Caroline O'Donovan    August 12, 2013
From Medium’s Notes to The New York Times’ Quips, lots of publishers are dabbling in annotated commenting. Can they make it stick?