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Do we miss the point of “hyperlocal”?

We shouldn’t judge the future or value of “hyperlocal” news from the Washington Post’s failed experiment with LoudonExtra. Instead, we need to actually understand what it really means to be hyperlocal in reporting – and take note of sites doing it right. Continue reading

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“Paid content” myth sprouts more pay wall ideas

As News Corp. decides to go behind a pay wall for their content, studies and scholars suggest that people don’t want to pay for content online – and they never did. Continue reading

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Recommended reading: Innovation in the newspaper world

Speaking of the need for innovation, here’s a few innovative ideas I’ve read about this week: Wall Street Journal Creating New “LinkedIn Killer” Called WSJ Connect – It’s great to see a news org thinking this way. While taking on … Continue reading

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