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Oct. 6, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: HuffPo launches divorce vertical, Luckie’s lucky streak continues, PBS.org has new strategy

Top 10 list of newspaper sites that best reach readers include AnnArbor.com, NOLA.com and WashingtonPost.com http://nie.mn/cohe6y

CBS head in wide media talk: “They have to come to us for our content. And we’re going to get paid properly for it” http://nie.mn/b3Ss7G

PBS.org’s new strategy pushes to make local content national and give members online support http://nie.mn/d7QKMi

NBC Local Media credits Twitter & Facebook for online audience growth in New York, Chicago and other local sites http://nie.mn/da6pMu

The Luckie streak continues! WebMediaBrands, parent of MediaBistro has acquired .@10000words http://nie.mn/djz41r

Great get for @columbiajourn and its new Tow Center for Digital Journalism: Krishna Bharat, founder of Google News http://nie.mn/9KFAeK

HuffPo wades into new territory: divorce http://nie.mn/9Qw5fW

XKCD maps online communities by activity, supported by Alexa data, tea leaf reading http://nie.mn/b1wub2

 
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