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With the proliferation of new publishing platforms — and not just blogs or social networks, but also all-digital publishers like Medium, LinkedIn and the Huffington Post — how does a writer decide where they should put their work?
Antonella Ciancio's insight:
A must-read. Some questions remain open. I think good writing is a natural gift. The challenge here and now is how to monetise all this.
"BuzzFeed also announced a partnership that gives the Web news organization access to CNN’s video archives so it can “create unique mash-up news videos” and lists. That content will appear on CNN.com as well as on “CNNBuzzFeed,” a new YouTube channel"
It always seemed a little improbable that Arab sheiks could save American journalism. But in a business as troubled as the vast wasteland of American television news, hope springs eternal, and the Al Jazeera network out of ...
Flickr is hiring a select batch of software and mobile engineers. To make sure that only the right kind of candidates apply, the company hid its "We're hiring" ad in the source code of the newly redesigned website's front page.
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