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Archives: January 2012

Gov. Rick Perry
The nonprofit news site already had the governor covered when he announced his campaign for president. The reward was record pageviews and new funding.
Raju Narisetti
The outgoing Post’s managing editor on his critics, the challenges ahead for 2012, and his return to The Wall Street Journal. Andrew Phelps
Using an article as a jumping-off point, Deep Dive can create a custom, contextual feed that will allow readers to follow topics in the news. Justin Ellis
AllNovaScotia charges $360 a year and seemingly breaks all the “rules” for online news. So why does it have the ear of the most powerful people in the province — and make a profit?
There’s a long history of mixing interactivity into learning — and a new generation of tools can let that interaction come in acts of creation, not just consumption.
Plus: ‘Truth vigilantes’ and the fact-checking movement, and the rest of the week’s big news and ideas in the media and tech worlds.
The media company wants to bridge the worlds of tv and online video and make something entirely different.
When ebook publishing becomes simple and the idea of a “book” gets changed, there’s an opening for news organizations to benefit — if they’re agile enough to take advantage.
The news business needs to pay attention to Hulu and Netflix: Name-brand content is worth investing in — even if it means cutting back elsewhere.
The launch of BostonGlobe.com has allowed Boston.com to continue its evolution as a information and e-commerce portal.