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Newsweek is making generative AI a fixture in its newsroom
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Aug. 16, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Behind the design of Likes, Nielsen measures online ads and a newsroom community engagement guide

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Our friends at @Shorensteinctr are having a video contest to answer "What is the future of news?" »

Nielsen has launched "Online campaign ratings" to measure online advertising. »

PSA: The Washington Post is looking for a social media editor »

The numbers are in: Business journalists in the US make a median salary of… »

Photo competition is on: Twitter has released the API for its photo uploader »

Who made the cut on Time’s list of the 50 best websites of 2010? »

Is it time to get your newsroom serious about community engagement? There’s a guide for "The Talk" »

Pulse keeps bringing on new news partners, this time: Al Jazeera English »

New "Why’s this so good?" on @niemanstory: Katherine Boo takes on the ties that bind – by @dougmcgray »

PSA: The National Journal is looking for an Online Editor »

Looks like the Fox Wall is up on Hulu. Only authenticated subscribers can access new shows now »

Meet the 29-year-old designer who developed the Look of "Like" for Facebook »

A case for making wireless companies pay a fee for providing access to mobile news »

Are all local news aggregation services setting themselves up for failure? »

Good morning! Huffpost finds itself in another dust up over free work, now with designers »

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Newsweek is making generative AI a fixture in its newsroom
The legacy publication is leaning on AI for video production, a new breaking news team, and first drafts of some stories.
Rumble Strip creator Erica Heilman on making independent audio and asking people about class
“I only make unimportant things now, but it’s all the unimportant things that really make up our lives.”
PressPad, an attempt to bring some class diversity to posh British journalism, is shutting down
“While there is even more need for this intervention than when we began the project, the initiative needs more resources than the current team can provide.”