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Facebook to introduce Paper iPhone app on Monday - Talking New Media

Facebook to introduce Paper iPhone app on Monday - Talking New Media | The Future of News | Scoop.it
Talking New Media Facebook to introduce Paper iPhone app on Monday Talking New Media The social media site Facebook launched a promotional campaign for its new iPhone app Paper which will launch on Monday, conducting interviews with many of the top...
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How Real Estate Agents Use Social Media to Boost Business

How Real Estate Agents Use Social Media to Boost Business | The Future of News | Scoop.it
Here are some insights from a variety of industry experts on how real estate agents can leverage social media most effectively.
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Muckraking Journalists Needed Now More Than Ever As Inequality Gap Grows - Huffington Post

Muckraking Journalists Needed Now More Than Ever As Inequality Gap Grows - Huffington Post | The Future of News | Scoop.it
Muckraking Journalists Needed Now More Than Ever As Inequality Gap Grows Huffington Post But 120 years later, in the midst of a “New Gilded Age,” the widening gap between rich and poor in the city looks eerily familiar, thus making investigative...
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Journalism has an originality problem, not a plagiarism problem - Poynter.org

Journalism has an originality problem, not a plagiarism problemPoynter.orgWe have no way of knowing whether, proportionally, there's more plagiarism in journalism today than there was 20 years ago.
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BuzzMachine by Jeff Jarvis

BuzzMachine by Jeff Jarvis | The Future of News | Scoop.it

What actual reporting can you possibly do that delivers anything of value more than the infomercial — light on the info, heavy on the ‘mercial — that the conventions have become?

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Official 2012 Social Media Election (Happening Now) OBAMA Vs ROMNEY CAST YOUR VOTE!!!

2012 Social Media Election . Who should be the next President of the United States ? Go To www.VoteObamaOutFor1Dollar.com to cast votes Election Ends NOV 1st...
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Why “Simple” Websites Are Scientifically Superior

Why “Simple” Websites Are Scientifically Superior | The Future of News | Scoop.it
Tommy Walker in User Experience Research Originally found on ConversionXL.com In a study by Google in August of 2012, researchers found that not only will users judge websites as beautiful or not w...
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Simple on the outside. Powerful on inside. Let us simplify your site today. Call WNYmedia Services at 716-430-6102
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Net Neutrality, Press Freedom and the Future of...

Net Neutrality, Press Freedom and the Future of... | The Future of News | Scoop.it
Tuesday’s court decision, which struck down the FCC’s Open Internet Order and threatened the future of Net Neutrality, has huge implications for the future of journalism and press freedom. Accordin...
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The Orange County Register is hiring dozens of reporters, focusing on print-first expansion

The Orange County Register is hiring dozens of reporters, focusing on print-first expansion | The Future of News | Scoop.it
After being sold over the summer, the newspaper is hiring about 50 editorial staffers and adding new print sections — because print's where the money is.
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The “hamster wheel” fallacy: Why paywalls don't mean better journalism - GigaOM

The “hamster wheel” fallacy: Why paywalls don't mean better journalism - GigaOM | The Future of News | Scoop.it
GigaOMThe “hamster wheel” fallacy: Why paywalls don't mean better journalismGigaOMSome proponents of newspaper paywalls — including a columnist in the Columbia Journalism Review — argue that charging readers for content results in better journalism...
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Coming in the side door: The value of homepages is shifting from traffic-driver to brand

Coming in the side door: The value of homepages is shifting from traffic-driver to brand | The Future of News | Scoop.it
At leading media companies, like The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, the majority of traffic now bypasses the homepage.
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