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Postcards and laundromat visits: The Texas Tribune audience team experiments with IRL distribution
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Feb. 8, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Trust in newspapers drops 43% in two years, Demand Studios publishes 20,000 items every five days, 95% of user-generated content is spam

Worst of the Web is…most of the Web. 95% of user-generated content is spam, malware, both http://j.mp/aJ54rk »

Google swipes at Twitter, Facebook. Gmail feature will show updates in a stream http://j.mp/afxoRn »

In 5 days, Demand Studios pubs 20K how-to and what-the-heck articles at $15-$20 a pop. Meet the “content farm” http://j.mp/9J1DRg »

Credibility problem: From 2008 to 2010, trust in newspapers and radio news fell 43%, TV news down 53% http://j.mp/947waG »

East Bay Newspapers tests “pay-per-inquiry” ad model. Publisher won’t get a dime unless readers call http://j.mp/a9eGFR »

 
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