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What’s with the rise of “fact-based journalism”?
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Dec. 9, 2009, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Former LA Times staffers don’t have hope for newspapers, TMZ’s impressive revenue, interesting stats on content consumption

Did you get your 34 gigabytes today? Eye-popping stats on content consumption.http://tr.im/H8FY »

So that’s why Time Warner is keeping TMZ: It made $25.4 million in 2008. http://tr.im/H7ky »

Interesting ideas from @arstechnica on how the U.S. government, the FCC specifically, can put data to use. http://tr.im/H6ZK »

Only 25% of former L.A. Times staffers believe newspapers will survive, a survey finds. http://tr.im/H6Sk »

 
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