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Sept. 2, 2009, 7:05 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Shift in the Knight News Challenge, Gawker Media’s seventh anniversary, Politico still hiring

In shift, Knight News Challenge will have “open” and “closed” categories — closed entries won’t be public http://tr.im/xIDE »

PaidContent checks in with six newspaper sites that have erected pay walls and asks, How’s it going? http://tr.im/xJ2O »

On seventh anniversary, Gawker Media looks back at its skeptics (including founder Nick Denton) http://tr.im/xKqd »

Politico has has grown to 105 staffers, from 95, since the election and is still hiring http://tr.im/xImt »

That WiFi hotspot at your local café may soon serve targeted ads that know your longitude and latitude http://tr.im/xCXm »

Update your lexicons: Broadcasters no longer calling it “television.” It’s “video,” no matter the platform http://tr.im/xCW9 »

 
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