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Date

Mon - 28.07.2014


Media Links of the day

Media Links of the day

The managing director of Guardian News and Media defends Murdoch's paywalls, saying they're to "defend his print subscriptions." [New Statesman]

A Pennsylvania newspaper closes its online forums due to widespread racism. [ ]

Stevie Spring of Future Publishing sees a future for magazines--as collector's items. [Press Gazette]

Financial Times sees continued growth in its ad revenue. [Guardian]

Should there be more outrage over the raid of Gizmodo editor Jason Chen's house? [Online Journalism Review]

Sites that post searchable government data online, like the Texas Tribune, draw lots of traffic. [Knight Digital Lab]

Kelvin MacKenzie
calls owners of the Guardian "creeps" in a column railing on the company. [Press Gazette]


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Author

Alexandra Jaffe

Date

2010-04-30 16:46

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