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June 24, 2009, 6:50 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Model of an online-only newsroom, N.Y. Times social media strategy, L.A. Times videos on hiatus

How many reporters can an online-only newsroom support? Here’s an intriguing model with actual numbers http://tr.im/pA5R »

Ten online reporting projects that inspire the just-launched news application team at the Chicago Tribune http://tr.im/pAeP »

In a blog comment (nice!), NYT’s @jonathanlandman defends his paper’s social media policies and strategy http://tr.im/pAgR »

Metrics and benchmarks are essential to online journalism. @MarkBriggs explains the why and how http://tr.im/pCDX »

LA Times videos are on “hiatus” for at least the next month while its staff builds a proprietary player http://tr.im/pDY8 »

 
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“Journalism moves fast…philanthropy moves slow.” Press Forward’s director wants to bring them together
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