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Postcards and laundromat visits: The Texas Tribune audience team experiments with IRL distribution
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Sept. 3, 2009, 6:01 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Average size of online staff at newspapers, Austin American-Statesman toys with storystreaming, MinnPost takes real-time advertising out of beta

Average size of online staff: 11 at large-circulation newspapers, 5 at mid-sized, and 2 at small papers http://tr.im/xN5M »

On the frontier of storystreaming: How the Austin American-Statesman gathered user photos with Posterous http://tr.im/xOdK »

Why @AngelaGrant stopped branding herself as a multimedia specialist in favor of all-purpose journalist http://tr.im/xP0N »

MinnPost takes its real-time advertising platform out of beta http://tr.im/xOBu We raved about it here http://tr.im/pKMs »

User-generated content? Hyperlocal news? An Amish paper has been doing it for decades (Twitter now, too) http://tr.im/xNnS »

Pretty cool wall of headlines at the new offices of Edelman, the PR firm http://tr.im/xN6v »

 
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