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04 June 2009
" Last week I was a panelist at a Gulf online writers and journalism workshop in Dubai that brought together the leading GCC online journalists to discuss whether bloggers and mainstream media can co
04 June 2009
"As fewer and fewer newspapers commit enough resources, time and manpower to produce in-depth investigative reports, many citizen media enthusiasts seem to suggest that citizen journalists can step
04 June 2009
"In an interview with the Telegraph , Tina Brown expresses her views on the future of newspapers and the professional journalist. The once queen bee of the high-end glossy magazine industry has now
02 June 2009
"Following last week’s significant editorial shift, the Globe and Mail with new editor-in-cheif John Stackhouse at the helm is delivering on the promise to “expand the newspaper’s digital strategy.”
19 May 2009
"Canstar Community News Ltd., a division of FP Newspapers Limited Partnership, is expanding its stable of community newspapers in Winnipeg and the surrounding area from five to six. Bob Cox,
19 May 2009
"American journalism has entered a phase of what the economist Joseph Schumpeter called "creative destruction." Gone are the fat profit margins that once underwrote investigative teams and deep,
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

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