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Nov. 24, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: NYU Studio 20’s student innovations, Apps not good for business and a Twitter News Network

PSA: ABC 57 wants programmers and community managers to “re-engineer” how broadcast, mobile and online works http://nie.mn/gs2sa9 »

Is Twitter “turning journalists into sniggering cheap-shot artists” http://nie.mn/dVSe5Y »

The future of journalism? League nights. Former NYT building turned into 50 lane bowling alley http://nie.mn/dXeb0E »

NYU’s Studio 20 students collaborating with NYT, PBS, Miami Herald and more on news innovation http://nie.mn/hHLtw1 »

The band is back together: NYT, Guardian and Der Spiegel coordinating with WikiLeaks on State Dept. data drop http://nie.mn/gfBrRd »

Mobile advertising projected at $24.1 billion in 2015 with North America making up 18% of ad market http://nie.mn/grWN9g »

@Biz envisions a Twitter news network partnering with other media organizations http://nie.mn/hpp1QJ »

Cape Cod Times puts up a paywall, joining others in the News Corp family http://nie.mn/fmmx6N »

On advice of Medill, Hogwarts to change name to include “Integrated Marketing and That Which Must Not Be Named” http://nie.mn/gJZvn2 »

Apps not good business? Why bandwidth and interactive features make magazine apps expensive http://nie.mn/erJxkJ »

ProPublica to try Press+ payment system to “seek donations just as readers are accessing our content” http://nie.mn/dtS5AY »

 
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Newsweek is making generative AI a fixture in its newsroom
The legacy publication is leaning on AI for video production, a new breaking news team, and first drafts of some stories.
Rumble Strip creator Erica Heilman on making independent audio and asking people about class
“I only make unimportant things now, but it’s all the unimportant things that really make up our lives.”
PressPad, an attempt to bring some class diversity to posh British journalism, is shutting down
“While there is even more need for this intervention than when we began the project, the initiative needs more resources than the current team can provide.”