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New York Focus, the Empire State–centered newsroom, aims to hold Albany accountable
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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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New York Focus, the Empire State–centered newsroom, aims to hold Albany accountable
“How is it possible that my state, that I’ve lived in all my life, is run like this?”
This report sees journalistic “bias” less as partisanship and more as relying on too-comfortable habits
“The first step is to accept that broad impartiality brings a stronger obligation to look.”
@nytimes is now on TikTok
“nytimes on the tok?! 🤩”