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Indiegraf aims to reimagine the newspaper chain for digital news outlets
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Feb. 15, 2011, 6 p.m.

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Indiegraf aims to reimagine the newspaper chain for digital news outlets
The Canada-based network aims to take the best of newspaper chains for local digital publications — and leave the rest.
The Information is launching a free “news summer school” on Zoom
“This is about helping young people navigate what has always been a tricky industry to break into and that now faces unprecedented new challenges.”
A window into one newsroom’s diversity opens, but an industry-wide door shuts (for now)
The New York Times’ report comes on the heels of a dispiriting announcement from the American Society of News Editors that the group would be pausing its annual census.