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April 4, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: CPI launches new news site, FT negotiates with Apple over subscribers and photojournalism in the new media age

Agence France-Presse wants to produce three times more video in two years http://nie.mn/eM00aA »

New Twitter.com keyword search breaks out people to follow (Try "journalism") http://nie.mn/ef2Xl4 »

The Great Migration: Lynton Prize winner Isabel Wilkerson on structuring epic stories http://nie.mn/hjAteY »

Tumblr’s Mark Coatney on sharing, engagement and why websites don’t value commenters http://nie.mn/h4lw4D »

ProPublica has made its interactive timeline tool, TimelineSetter, open source http://nie.mn/idntTX »

“Of the web, not on it” – Emily Bell on the success of The Guardian and plans for the Tow Center http://nie.mn/gjaMxq »

Today in Awesome: The Atlantic takes a choose your own adventure spin on the federal budget http://nie.mn/hgC5cK »

Jokes aside, could AOL have a talent problem? http://nie.mn/hVyQEY »

The ubiquity of cameras and the search for verification: Photojournalism and new media http://nie.mn/h4VkyM »

Consider this: More than 1/3 of all online display ads in the US appeared on Facebook http://nie.mn/eIf3AE »

Andrew Sullivan has officially relocated The Dish to The Beast http://nie.mn/hw9dSN »

The FT is trying to negotiate with Apple to keep new subscribers to the iPad app out of the app store http://nie.mn/ijP5KF »

A perceptible shift in mainstream news? @EthanZ analysis shows international news is rising in the US http://nie.mn/fjejfj »

The Knight Foundation has a new guide to help new nonprofits looking to fund journalism http://nie.mn/gAVMtO »

Why Mark Cuban thinks ESPN (and its reporters) aren’t getting the most out of Twitter http://nie.mn/eQ22tH »

The Daily Dot wants to be your hometown paper on the web http://nie.mn/hnwzco »

An app store, ebooks and the cloud drive. Amazon’s role in the new media arms race http://nie.mn/h87fpp »

The Center for Public Integrity is launching iWatch, a new investigative reporting site http://nie.mn/eRK0Nf »

Katie Couric is leaving the anchor chair, an anonymous CBS exec tells AP http://nie.mn/gH1VKN »

 
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