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Oct. 13, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Reuters to roll out a morning show, NPR revamping its comments strategy, BU and Globe go hyperlocal together

Is the future of news college kids? Another university launches a hyperlocal project http://nie.mn/bgwHEb »

People “love to see themselves in the news, and for @CaliforniaWatch, that means covering what they’re invested in” http://nie.mn/cZDGIr »

Handy: Top 5 Android apps for journalists endorsed by @10000words http://nie.mn/9cXx7C »

Substitute “coffee drinks” for “news stories,” and… http://nie.mn/9BhQOR (via @romeneskoblogs»

Many iPad users aren’t early tech adopters, an interesting challenge for designers http://nie.mn/cjfrW3 »

NPR hires help for online comments, may explore pre-moderating commenters http://nie.mn/dmnXDK »

Four public media outlets want to grow to 100 journalists per city within months http://nie.mn/bXhGMN »

Reuters.com to roll out a online video “morning show” http://nie.mn/amDfaB »

 
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