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Media Links of the day

Media Links of the day

Reuters plans to rehaul its website and calls paying for content a "sensible" idea. [Brand Republic]

Alan Mutter offers advice on getting people to pay for news: it doesn't matter what paid model you choose, what matters is the uniqueness of the content you produce. [Newsosaur]

Bill Gates talks about journalism, social media, and friending 13-year-old Phillipino girls on Facebook. [San Francisco Gate]

Is a blog post worth less than an article? Forbes thinks so--it's looking for business bloggers to blog for free. [Gawker]

At the 4th Annual Reva and David Logan Investigative Reporting Symposium, consensus on the solution to journalism's problems couldn't be found. [Media Shift]

AP Style is nice, but SEO guidelines are the really important tools to teach young journalists. [Online Journalism Review]



Alexandra Jaffe


2010-04-21 19:37

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