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Nov. 18, 2010, 5:48 p.m.

Links on Twitter: 60 Minutes unveils its iPad app, Reuters plans a major US expansion, State Department to hold new media trainings

Makes sense: Economist iPad edition comes with audio versions of print stories http://nie.mn/cHUg1u »

In Boston? Catch @niemanstory editor Andrea Pitzer tonight at MIT on communication in a slow-moving crisis http://nie.mn/btBOux »

You can download the new 60 Minutes iPad app in iTunes for $4.99 http://nie.mn/cjTUTn »

"The most significant change…is that now we have the ability to measure the effectiveness of our communication" http://nie.mn/cmcqMs »

The State Department is planning new media and journalism institutes for foreign students http://nie.mn/ckK2eD »

Reuters plans a big US expansion in the coming months http://nie.mn/9PjWoI »

The FT gives writers a rebate for buying an iPad http://nie.mn/aflTtB »

 
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