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The Washington Post launches a year in news à la Spotify Wrapped
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Jan. 28, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: California Watch’s new media network, WNYC’s snowstorm crowdsourcing and Al Jazeera puts coverage on Creative Commons

Al Jazeera is letting others use their Egypt coverage under Creative Commons http://nie.mn/g0p1EZ »

Tumblr is "growing by a quarter billion impressions every week" founder says http://nie.mn/hHuWxC »

Amazing RT @jaredbkeller: @NiemanLab MoJo doesn’t mess around. Still, take a look at the Tumblr channel, it’s incredible: http://j.mp/g2nhfh »

Monetization and new life for old content: ProPublica and the New York Times on e-books http://nie.mn/dMpqsl »

Which magazines are making money off iPad apps? http://nie.mn/hTIrhz »

Hack’s got your back: Hacks/Hackers has a jobs board http://nie.mn/fqRHO6 »

PSA: San Francisco Chronicle is looking for an executive producer for SFGate http://nie.mn/fRRPbo »

Story submission pages, aggregation, donations and more common features on hyperlocal news sites http://nie.mn/dIrP3D »

If publishers want to win on the iPad they’ll need to create a portfolio of apps http://nie.mn/gt9S3U »

Considering the situation in Egypt, is Internet access a human right? http://nie.mn/dVnBvj »

"There is no rational basis for believing that Demand Media is worth more than the New York Times" http://nie.mn/hqoJHg »

RT @davidfolkenflik: Incredible aggregation of all things Egyptian by News Arabica http://bit.ly/dPKNKR »

Cal Wire: California Watch starts new distribution network to share stories with partner newspapers http://nie.mn/gih4yF »

Day in the Life: TheWrap tracked homepages of top news sites for speed, timeliness and more http://nie.mn/dQTrsl »

ESPN promises more transparency under new editorial guidelines…that aren’t public, yet. http://nie.mn/eAhiI7 »

It’s official: Kindle editions are now the top selling content in Amazon’s bookstore http://nie.mn/fsFicX »

How WNYC used maps and text from listeners to cover the snowstorm http://nie.mn/fGfyt8 »

 
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The Washington Post launches a year in news à la Spotify Wrapped
“We initially built a ‘look-back’ experience but pivoted when we learned that our readers are more interested in insights that center on their reading ‘personality’ and content discovery rather than revisiting news from the past.”
How risky is it for journalists to cover protests?
Plus: Exploring why women leave the news industry, the effects of opinion labels, and susceptibility to disinformation.
Coming to a Hawaii library near you: Honolulu Civil Beat is hosting pop-up newsrooms around the state
“We learned that people have an interest if they can get to us.”