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19 May 2009
"Here’s the second of our videos from inside the research and development lab at The New York Times Co., where they’re envisioning how news will be consumed in two to ten years. (You can catch up on
19 May 2009
" Ever since Rupert Murdoch announced plans to put his digital titles behind a paywall , claiming the "free" web was dead, the rest of the media have either pooh-poohed his proposals, or nervously
19 May 2009
On May 14, policymakers and media activists gathered at the Newseum in Washington (DC) to discuss America's communications future. Keynote speakers noted that we cannot think about the future of any
08 May 2009
"Like any good journalist, I won’t bury the news – this is the last edition of the Stillwater Courier or Lake Elmo Leader that you will receive." Two more communities no longer served.
08 May 2009
This recently launched site is dedicated to looking at the future of newspapers, but there is a notable twist. It is being led by a group of newspaper executives. " The Newspaper Project was launched
08 May 2009
" That, improbably, was the title of a Senate Commerce Committee hearing, chaired by John Kerry , at which I testified yesterday alongside David Simon , the former Baltimore Sun reporter who went on
06 May 2009
"As faltering brands look for new strategies, and the newspaper industry desperately searches for a way to keep a portion, if not all of its print business alive, traditional media companies are
05 May 2009
"Judge Douglas Cunningham, the associate chief justice of Ontario's Superior court, began the O'Brien trial by ruling that TV cameras feeding live to the Internet would not be permitted in his
05 May 2009
" The 13 journalists claim that Kul Al-Watan, an online newspaper previously known as Hedayah Net, published a story saying that Saudi women journalists resort to drugs, prostitution, alcohol and

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