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Why journalism schools won’t quit Fox News
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Sept. 21, 2009, 9:29 a.m.

Links on Twitter: Convergence of remnant and premium advertising, fraudulent ad impressions and clicks, new “(blog)” label in Google News

Wonky but important: Head of NY Times Co.’s R&D Lab foresees convergence of remnant and premium advertising »

58% of US newspapers cost 50¢ at newsstands, and 36% cost 75¢. A dozen now charge $1 or more »

Company, which has interest in this, claims that half of ad impressions and 95% of clicks are fraudulent »

What’s driving Facebook’s revenue growth? In part: Self-service advertising by local businesses »

What’s the subtext to new “(blog)” label in Google News? Their reasoning doesn’t make sense to me »

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Why journalism schools won’t quit Fox News
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