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What's on the news horizon? Twitter, which began as a tool for sharing abbreviated blog posts, has now evolved into a major part of the news media. It may be the most significant advance in news since, if not linotype and the telegraph, then, at least, cable. As with cable, every new news event of consequence advances Twitter's presence and clout. It is first responder news; it is a real time news index; and, for more and more news consumers, it is background or passive news, like local radio once was, but on an international scale. This is a sea of changed development for the news industry, the rise of a new and central player, but perhaps not the development Twitter might have most hoped for. The news industry as a whole is shrinking. Advertisers have become more resistant to not just newspapers but all news media. Twitter might well have been a more attractive proposition if it had evolved into a micro-blogging tool for special interest and niche writers who advertisers are more partial to. But news is where Twitter has most squarely ended up. And the news business might actually be pretty good if you can make yourself the dominant player in it, the must-have, must-use, need-to-rely-on player in the business – and if you are the only one. The Twitter direction is clear: It has found itself as an ad hoc, albeit still inchoate, but ever-increasing focal point for the distribution of news. More and more people turn first to Twitter for their news. As significantly, almost every news professional turns first to Twitter for news – every news professional, personally and organizationally, increasingly sees success as a function of its Twitter reaction. Now Twitter has to make money out of this. It will not do this by finding and creating its own news. Rather, it will do this by increasing the dominance and leverage of its redistributor position....
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