In an article on Adweek's website, Lucia Moses looks at the hugely successful but low-budget approach that US-based publisher Condé Nast has taken in expanding its empire overseas.
In the UK, Robert Andrews on the paidContent website writes that Johnston Press, which publishes some 230 regional newspapers, is gaining ground with its new digital strategy and its use of online outsourcing.
AFP is reporting that the Foreign Correspondents' Clubs of Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong have expressed alarm over recent reports of intimidation against foreign journalists working in China.
On the MediaShift Idea Lab website, Heather Ford discusses how Wikipedia manages sources for breaking news.
Journalism Professor Robert Hernandez, writing on Online Journalism Review, takes The Hartford Courant to task for using Google Translate for its "Spanish-language strategy."
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