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Students from Emerson and Northeastern will write for "Your Town" site »

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"Twitter deserves credit for allowing the development of a novel form of journalistic storytelling" »

.@Mjenkins used Xtranormal to illustrate a story for TBD with excellent results »

You retweet us! Survey finds traditional media is behind a lot of trending topics on Twitter »

Journalist utility belt alert! A telephoto lens for your iPhone camera »

Sports Illustrated drops print-only subscription, offer "all access" combo that only includes Android »

"With commoditized news, the lifespan of scoops is now so short that they don’t matter" »

Good news for people who liked the Gawker redesign! There’s a cloned WordPress theme called Qawker »

How do you measure the impact of wordquakes on blogs? Yes, wordquakes. »

Outbrain, makers of the engine that suggests stories on many websites, is planning to expand »

Apple reveals subscription plan: Publishers who want to sell subs also have to double down in iTunes store »

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Wondering how The Salt Lake Tribune got 501(c)(3) status? Here’s their entire application to the IRS — and the IRS’s response
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