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Archives: November 2011

The service wants to be a user-friendly place for community members to come together.
A new site (with a Lab connection) tries to create a way for radio fans to find great content. Andrew Phelps
More evidence that Twitter’s algorithm rewards spikes over steadiness.
With Coke’s “Arctic Home” campaign, the paper finds a new way to reach an increasingly distributed audience.
CNN’s citizen reporting site just got a networked-focused redesign. Here’s one way it could be valuable.
Athletes and celebrities have been successful in making money endorsing products on Twitter, but for news organizations, big money remains elusive.
A new Pew study finds news outlets using Twitter almost exclusively for one-way distribution — of their own content. Megan Garber
Plus: Reconciling digital journalism and institutions, a digital journalism pioneer retires, the search for a neutral way to tweet, and the rest of the week’s required reading. Mark Coddington
Behind Dean Starkman’s “future of news” consensus lurk unanswered questions.
By moving their morning meeting to Twitter, the editorial board is letting readers see how the opinion sausage gets made. Justin Ellis