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Nov. 5, 2010, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Washington Post’s #Election, Longreads grows and Brady leaves TBD

RT @mallarytenore: A memo from Allbritton regarding Jim Brady’s departure from @TBD: http://bit.ly/aw3Xyt »

So…how’d that whole #Election sponsored trend on Twitter thing work Washington Post? http://nie.mn/97vaNj »

In-stream advertising, social real estate and more: How news orgs are making money on social media http://nie.mn/bsM1K2 »

The Cooks Source fiasco, Storify-ed for your reading pleasure http://nie.mn/bKnZMH (H/T @MarkSLuckie) »

BBC at a standstill? Reporting could be thin as journalists go on strike http://nie.mn/cIoq5l »

A $30 million investment in online video, get ready for AP HD next year http://nie.mn/aSkJiV »

#Longreads became .@Longreads, becomes Longreads.com, new home for long-form writing http://nie.mn/aLH94k »

Students, have those style guides handy: Deadline for American Copy Editors Society scholarship approaching http://nie.mn/cly0g6 »

37 % of publishers say mobile will "significantly impact their revenue in just two years" in new ABC survey http://nie.mn/9ey4mm »

Publishing revenues at Washington Post Company have increased after sale of Newsweek http://nie.mn/95L4xA »

 
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