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April 13, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Online TV’s on fire, Patch is hiring, Hugh Grant’s reporting

Ironic awesomeness from @TheOnion‘s archive: "Syrus may also go ‘on-line’ with a ‘website.’" http://nie.mn/ejXy93 »

New Twitter handle of the day: @AP_Interactive »

Big congrats to Stanford’s newest crop of International Knight Fellows! http://nie.mn/i8wYXD »

What’s more shareable, news content or gossip? News, says @lavrusik—and that’s a good thing http://nie.mn/dTpnzE »

In which Hugh Grant—yep, that Hugh Grant—becomes an investigative reporter (via @felixsalmon) http://nie.mn/dL7J11 »

Online TV brought in $1.6 billion last year—up 34% from 2009 http://nie.mn/dS9sHM »

"AOL may hire as many as one full-time journalist per Patch site, though the final number hasn’t been decided." http://nie.mn/dWfbjU »

Boston police are using YouTube for clues in a Roxbury bus crash http://nie.mn/hp2F2A »

What jobs does a newspaper do that no other medium does for its readers? http://nie.mn/efM4Po »

Are we in the midst of a mobile ad revolution? @newsosaur makes the case http://nie.mn/g3fGiH »

Apple might—just might—be launching a subscription video service http://nie.mn/gp4oeM »

UberMedia is outlining plans for a Twitter competitor http://nie.mn/feheYd »

 
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