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Newsonomics: There’s no Knight in shining armor coming to rescue McClatchy
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June 24, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Gothamist looks for a longform writer, Winklevoss twins try Facebook again, MailOnline gains on NYTimes.com

Unsubscribe.com is taking an anti-virus approach to tracking the social information you share online http://nie.mn/mK09xv »

Want a fast recap on this year’s #NewsChallenge? @c4fcm has the winners lightning talks http://nie.mn/iJnJWQ »

comScore says the UK’s MailOnline is gaining ground on NYTimes.com for the No.1 news site http://nie.mn/mHyjL9 »

A joke gone sideways: WaPo’s PostLocal says thanks for the RTs, but go pay for the paper http://nie.mn/lD5Ejs »

Just kidding! Winklevoss twins are bringing another suit against Facebook, after saying they were done. http://nie.mn/l8gxnp »

PSA: Want to live in Miami? Like supporting journalism? The Knight Foundation is hiring #jobs http://nie.mn/j6qGOc »

The @RJI has announced the new class of Reynolds Journalism fellows http://nie.mn/kNfKhw »

Exciting news! @niemanstory is collaborating with @alexismadrigal & @longreads: "Why’s This So Good?" bit.ly/kjqFto »

In four years mobile ads for local business will be $2.8 billion, making it 70% of all mobile ads http://nie.mn/lvrMxp »

Gothamist is getting into the long form game and offering a $5,000 bounty for their first writer http://nie.mn/jbpmWE »

Could Twitter finally be putting promoted Tweets in users steams? http://nie.mn/lcBTSt »

 
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