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Newsonomics: For the newspaper industry’s next feat, can it get Donald Trump to give it antitrust protection?

By Ken Doctor Published July 17, 2017 From NiemanLab: http://bit.ly/2vGGkXC Sounds like a John Oliver segment, doesn’t it? As we all know from checking our favorite news apps, the line between satire and news has all but vanished anyhow. Last week, in the friendly confines of the Wall Street Journal op-ed page, the News Media Alliance initiative to …

Redesigned Popular Science Sees Print and Digital Readership Surge

By Emma Silva Published August 10, 2017 From Folio: http://bit.ly/2vHlaIS Popular Science’s latest redesign appears to be paying off, sparking a surge in the brand’s traffic, newsstands sales and an overall audience growth of 31.5 percent year over year. The magazine’s success falls under the fourth issue headed by newly appointed editor-in-chief Joe Brown (pictured), …

State & Union: A newsroom before and after technology

From the Olean Times Herald: http://bit.ly/2vGEtSy Over the last 40 years the evolution of technology has caused massive changes in the world of print journalism. Rick Schwab, a retired editor who worked on and off for the Olean Times Herald beginning in the 1960s, had some thoughts on just how different it really is. “If …


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