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Media links of the day

Media links of the day

Are you what Jake Levine of News.me calls a “sadistic news consumer”? The Nieman Lab's Andrew Phelps, who has had to upgrade the RAM in his iMac to handle all of Chrome’s open tabs, writes about the virtues of less, not more. 

The rapidly expanding newyorker.com has just recruited former Wired contributing editor Jonah Lehrer, and “there’s more stuff planned.” Capital New York's Joe Pompeo interviews Nicholas Thompson, digital editor of The New Yorker.

Charge more, print less - Reuters opinion columnist Jack Shafer on the liquidation and watering down of newspapers.

Journalists at Associated Press vote “overwhelmingly” for strike action in response to end of final salary pension scheme, reports the Press Gazette’s Andrew Pugh.

Four Pakistani journalists were murdered in the month of May alone, meaning that six have been killed since the start of 2012, reports Roy Greenslade of the Guardian.

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Emma Knight


2012-06-06 17:29

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