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Jan. 18, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: The demands of blogging, Freakonomics spins-off and OC Register gets a mobile boost

Heading to Austin for SXSW interactive? Here are 20 panels for journalists to consider http://nie.mn/gsytkw »

Spin-off: Freakonomics will leave NYTimes.com and go solo, bring back full RSS http://nie.mn/hXh4Is »

Scribd gets big(d?) – New funding and wants to any written thing available to read on any device http://nie.mn/grRLAC »

Is blogging "a demanding task with few rewards?" Some say yes. http://nie.mn/eAYZ9J »

Finding better metrics for user engagement http://nie.mn/gNgREU »

If the future is brands publishing online, where does that leave the media? http://nie.mn/eiJazl »

Move over De Beers: Now your Tweet can last forever on a ring http://nie.mn/fkHXmM »

The OC Register saw over 20 % digital traffic from mobile over the weekend. Here’s why they’re prepared for more http://nie.mn/fXOPT4 »

Environmental storytelling: "It has to be possible to miss some things to make finding them meaningful" http://nie.mn/gUmQJd »

On average iPad owners download 24 apps…6 of which are paid. http://nie.mn/hxiMuc »

Paywall at the Waco Tribune-Herald is a mixed bag, with pageviews down and print subscriptions up http://nie.mn/fiqVlN »

A word from our sponsors: Why companies experiment with sponsored Tweets and a few newspapers have yet to try http://nie.mn/f6g5tn »

Hulu’s first web-only series, The Morning After has arrived. http://nie.mn/eDkYp8 »

The Financial Times says at least 10 percent of new digital subscriptions are coming from the iPad http://nie.mn/ii1T1k »

The big Comcast/NBC vote is expected today; @jcstearns and @freepress are live-blogging it http://nie.mn/hmAFiu »

Today’s NYT story on Press+ http://nie.mn/fnXH7O has us wanting to play a rousing game of Paywall http://nie.mn/fooBTM »

 
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Most readers want publishers to label AI-generated articles — but trust outlets less when they do
“We already expect quite a lot from the public in terms of media literacy to be able to navigate the contemporary information environment; the use of these technologies in news adds a whole other layer to that.”
Google’s $100 million to Canada’s news industry is a small price to pay to avoid regulation
“Bill C-18 is a test case of the power of platforms like Google and Meta to run and control Canada’s communications infrastructures. While the agreement allows all sides to claim victory, it is clear that Google successfully extracted key concessions over how it is regulated in Canada.”
Here’s how 13 news outlets are using LinkedIn newsletters
“While you’re less at the whim of the algorithm, it’s still social media.”