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Like other publishers, the tech blog is shifting its mobile development emphasis from apps to the browser. Justin Ellis
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Most college newspaper sites aren’t much to look at; the Berkeley Beacon is an exception.
With Coke’s “Arctic Home” campaign, the paper finds a new way to reach an increasingly distributed audience.
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Ken Freedman thinks radio can be a much more interactive and visual medium. Andrew Phelps
It’s the best way to stay up to date with the future of news while you’re on the go. Joshua Benton
Getting online readers to pay for news is a challenge, but the new BostonGlobe.com offers hope for newspapers that want to create an app-like experience but control their own distribution.
Plus: CNN buys the personalized tablet magazine Zite, hundreds of thousands of WikiLeaks’ cables are inadvertently released, the Financial Times parts ways with Apple, and how we’re training young political reporters.
June 28, 2011
June 10, 2011