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50 things we now know

The Tampa Tribune put together this list of things we know now that we didn’t know a year ago. Here are a few factoids on…

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Mika who?

Washington Post has a piece of Joe Scarborough’s co-host Mika Brzezinski. The article describes how she texts friends and even Joe’s wife Susan during the…

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Scarborough gets radio show

Conservative radio can’t wait for the Obama administration. Of course, Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity can’t wait, but others are waiting in the wings. Morning…

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How journalism will survive

From Online Journalism Review: Activist newsrooms don’t have to abandon journalistic principles, says Robert Niles. “They simply need to refocus on principles they should have…

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Paperless Daily

Wall Street Journal reports that the Detroit Free Press and Detroit News may only publish web versions of its paper Mondays through Wednesdays and Saturdays….

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Gannett makes more cuts

The rumor is that the paper will cut the extra “n” and “t” from its name (credit Reuters blogs). The City Paper (an alt-weekly in…

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News coverage of budget workshop weak

Escambia County Commission held its first budget workshop yesterday. WEAR TV focused on the cuts on funds given to non-profits like the Florida Wildlife Sanctuary,…

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Saturday updates to INweekly

SatDaily Dose Summary of daily newspapers along Gulf Coast and the state of Florida. WEEKEND TOOB PICKS Saturday night is barren so party heavy and…

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Letterman List

On Monday night (4/30), David Letterman made a list of ten signs your newspaper is in trouble: 10. Covers all news that happens within one…

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