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“Journalism moves fast…philanthropy moves slow.” Press Forward’s director wants to bring them together
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July 14, 2009, 10:36 p.m.

Links on Twitter: USA Today’s Newsdeck, ESPN’s pre-roll ads on YouTube, MetaFilter’s 10th birthday

USA Today plays a wildcard with Newsdeck, a new interface for their content http://tr.im/shsU How do you like it? »

Call it the Skirmish Near UMich: Vibrant competition for eyeballs, advertisers among Ann Arbor news sites http://tr.im/siTb »

The founder of wildly popular @BreakingNews is 19 years old… and once sold a bin Laden tape to Reuters http://tr.im/skmj »

ESPN brings pre-roll ads to YouTube with its new channel and custom player. An example: http://tr.im/sir7 »

TMZ, which just brought its ad sales in-house, has annual revenues estimated at $15m, similar to Politico http://tr.im/sh7J »

Good morning, and happy 10th birthday to MetaFilter! Here’s a great piece on the web’s conversation leader http://tr.im/sh3W »

 
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