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Florida news outlet sees more success with print than digital

cjr.org — For one newish monthly, a perfect confluence of demographics has led to a successful newsprint publication When Mary Kate Leming found herself among the 300 Palm Beach Post employees who lost their jobs in a sweeping downsizing in 2008, she enacted an unlikely Plan B, taking out a home equity credit line to start a print newspaper.
Aug 27, 2014

RT @jonathanderson: Not surprised: "Florida news outlet sees more success with print than digital" bit.ly/1sEyGDX

Aug 27, 2014

RT @CJR: These journalists got laid off, so they decided to start their own publication buff.ly/1zG58bJ pic.twitter.com/hAQnGwPiSL

Aug 27, 2014

This paper is doing better in print than it is online cjr.org/united_states_… via @cjr

Aug 27, 2014

RT @CJR: These journalists got laid off, so they decided to start their own publication buff.ly/1zG58bJ pic.twitter.com/hAQnGwPiSL

Aug 27, 2014

RT @CoreyHutchins: Here's @susannahnesmith on a laid-off FL couple who started a PRINT NEWSPAPER that now has a $343K freelance budget: cjr.org/united_states_…

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The Guardian partners with more local news outlets to tell under-reported stories

cjr.org — As the news organization gains footing in the US, more journalistic partnerships are being launched to tell stories from different areas of the country The digital age may have increased competition between news outlets as the online fight for clicks and eyeballs becomes ever more fierce, but this week goes to show that digital journalism also enables partnerships that once would have seemed unlikely.
Aug 28, 2014

RT @StKonrath: The Guardian partners with more local news outlets to tell under-reported stories, by @LeneBechS cjr.org/behind_the_new…

Aug 27, 2014

While @washingtonpost does financal partnerships with other US papers, @guardian partners on the journalism. cjr.org/behind_the_new…

Aug 27, 2014

.@guardian is increasingly partnering with local outlets to tell underreported stories (via @CJR) bit.ly/1tcWqmH

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cjr.org — Prediction to the contrary from Re/code misses several key factors A year and a half ago, Quartz wrote that "The New York Times paywall has hit a growth wall." Since then, it's grown 23 percent. Now, Re/code writes that "New York Times's Digital Subscription Growth Story May Be Ending."
Aug 27, 2014

"At its current pace, @nytimes is still adding about $20 million a year in digital subscription revenue" cjr.org/the_audit/the_…

Aug 27, 2014

Ryan Chittum says the NYT could support a newsroom almost two-thirds as large as it has now on just digital revenues: cjr.org/the_audit/the_…

Aug 27, 2014

RT @ryanchittum: fun fact I forgot to slap in here: print ads are now just 29.5% of New York Times revenue. they were 58% a decade ago cjr.org/the_audit/the_…

Aug 27, 2014

RT @ryanchittum: fun fact I forgot to slap in here: print ads are now just 29.5% of New York Times revenue. they were 58% a decade ago cjr.org/the_audit/the_…

Aug 27, 2014

RT @ryanchittum: fun fact I forgot to slap in here: print ads are now just 29.5% of New York Times revenue. they were 58% a decade ago cjr.org/the_audit/the_…

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Why local media struggle covering sports stadium construction

cjr.org — Local news organizations often support the home team, despite huge public costs of keeping them in town The word of the National Football League commissioner is not law.
Aug 27, 2014

RT @CJR: "If a franchise moves, the first person to lose his job is the sports reporter" buff.ly/XT3qrQ

Aug 26, 2014

Local news organizations often support the home team, despite huge public costs of keeping them in town. bit.ly/1taZ7Fg

Aug 25, 2014

That's why Fla. turns to @StadiumShadow! MT: @DavidUberti: My piece on struggle of covering stadium construction: cjr.org/behind_the_new…

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