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Postcards and laundromat visits: The Texas Tribune audience team experiments with IRL distribution
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Feb. 4, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Pew finds 62% of teens go online for news, Time Warner CEO predicts TV will migrate to Internet, Google exec jumps to AOL

Google exec who hammered out deals to get traditional media’s content onto Google, YouTube jumps to AOL http://j.mp/90c2ku »

AlterNet credits a mix of reader donations, ads with its success as a nonprofit news site http://j.mp/ck4Yry »

Is the paid v. free debate over? Another sign that hybrid biz models for online news orgs are here to stay http://j.mp/cxwj0p »

Time Warner CEO: “The entire TV network world…is migrating to the Internet” http://j.mp/9wSvFE »
Facebook: We’re already the world’s largest RSS reader for news content. http://j.mp/ajH3wm »

New Pew study finds 62% of teens go online for news and political info. http://j.mp/aj1ZfT »

 
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