soupsoup.net — Matching is an institutional problem deeply rooted within many mainstream newsrooms. To paraphrase myself from this article: Sometimes it's a business strategy: ignore you competition, don't let your readers know they exist, pretend they didn't beat you. Sometimes it's cultural: the journalists come from a print background and didn't grow up with the web like digital natives.
mashable.com — Wired is debuting a new look for its June issue, which hits newsstands Tuesday. The magazine has been completely made over by Scott Dadich, who before being named editor-in-chief last November worked as creative director of Wired from 2006 to 2010.
medium.com — It's been five months since the New York Times dropped their mammoth digital story "Snow Fall," and some people still talk about it as if it came out last week. At a conference recently, the editor-in-chief of the Times said that "Snow Fall" has become a verb inside the newsroom.
washingtonpost.com — But here's why you should care - and why this case, along with the administration's broad snooping into Associated Press phone records, is more serious than the other supposed Obama administration scandals regarding Benghazi and the Internal Revenue Service. The Rosen affair is as flagrant an assault on civil liberties as anything done by George W.
abclocal.go.com — KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. - May 21, 2013 (WPVI) -- A hat with a strategically placed ribbon says exactly how several North Philadelphia women are feeling about cancer. For four years, their mother, 51-year-old Jackie Underwood, battled breast cancer until the disease took her life last Tuesday.
streetfightmag.com — The real question for hyperlocal publishers isn't how important tablet readers are, but how best to cater to this group. The publishing standards that work on PC browsers don't always translate to tablet screens. Here are five strategies that hyperlocal publishers should consider when creating content for readers on tablet devices...
paidcontent.org — Some publishers and content companies are betting their future on subscription revenue from readers and users, while others are keeping their content free and banking on advertising revenue to pay the way. What are the pros and cons of each model?
guncrisis.org — SWAT team officers entered a home and investigators gathered evidence as a group of young men looked on, following a fatal shooting in the West Oak Lane section of Philadelphia Tuesday night. Photographs for the Gun Crisis Reporting Project by Joseph Kaczmarek.
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