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Dec. 4, 2009, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Email newsletters still pull in revenue, Reuters commits to long-form reporting, Correcting errors in videos

Newsworthy analysis from a non-news source: Mint.com’s “Are You Really Unemployed?” video and graphic. http://tr.im/GEi9 »

Amidst news of Reuter’s relaunch comes this tidbit: It’s going to do more long-form enterprise reporting. http://tr.im/GDqp »

Email still has legs. The Thrillist newsletters (and sites) are approaching $10 million in revenue this year. http://tr.im/GCt4 »

How do you correct an error in a video story? Interesting question posed by @kobre. http://tr.im/GCrA »

AOL licensed 80% of its content a year ago, but now it produces 80%. http://tr.im/GClL »

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