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The future of local news is “civic information,” not “declining legacy systems,” says new report
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Jan. 11, 2012, 10:19 a.m.
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The New York Times is getting into the cruise business with Times Journeys. Enjoy the Adriatic while listening to lectures from Times journalists!

The October cruise has two price components: the cruise cost and the conference fee. Cruise costs range from $1,799 per person for an inside cabin to $6,099 for a deluxe suite (plus taxes), and include meals onboard, stateroom accommodation and entertainment, in addition to the voyage to some of the most enchanting and culturally rich destinations in the world. The conference fee, which includes approximately 30 hours of programming and two cocktail receptions, is $1,575.

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