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July 22, 2009, 6:54 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Self-service ads on NYT’s hyperlocal blogs, big formats for print comics, press-release tweets at $1 per character

New York Times’ hyperlocal blogs roll out self-service ads at $5 CPM (about half their normal rate) http://tr.im/tyon »

“Print Found Dead; Killer at Large.” Comics go big to keep the pages in funnies http://tr.im/txSp Also: http://tr.im/txSu »

Behind the scenes of the NYTimes.com homepage and how it differs from the print edition’s front http://tr.im/tvg9 »

For immediate twelease: At $1 per character, new service offers press-release distribution via Twitter http://tr.im/tvoo »

 
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