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Postcards and laundromat visits: The Texas Tribune audience team experiments with IRL distribution
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Nov. 3, 2009, 6:24 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Analysis of CNN.com’s redesign, S.F. Chronicle and BusinessWeek going freemium, Virginia’s real-time election results in XML

Grids, cues, nav, video: What the new CNN website does well and where it could improve. A usability report http://tr.im/E1sK »

The Atlantic, a blogging powerhouse, says online revenue has grown 103% this year http://tr.im/E1cp »

SF Chronicle to keep existing web content free while developing “premium content we will charge for” http://tr.im/E2t9 »

Bloomberg will keep most of BusinessWeek’s online content free but charge $100 a year for niche topics http://tr.im/E3Ro »

E-editions, or print replicas, of the two Detroit dailies get 25k visits on days the paper isn’t delivered http://tr.im/E2NM »

Virginia will deliver election results tonight in “real time” using XML. Same news, just faster and easier http://tr.im/E3Jo »

 
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