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Newsweek to cease print edition, go digital-only with iPad & other platforms

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The rising cost of print has forced Newsweek to go digital-only starting in 2013, leaving its iPad app as one of the few ways to read the nearly 80-year-old publication....
Newsweek to cease print edition, go digital-only with iPad & other platforms

Women, technology and exploring the line between empowerment and manipulation

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What can and should be done to increase women's access to technology in the world, and, once they have access to it, where does empowerment stop and manipulation begin? A gathering of powerful women in politics, policy and technology convened at the Ritz Carlton in Washington, D.C., for an event...
Women, technology and exploring the line between empowerment and manipulation

Paywalls roundup: Washington Post, Daily Beast, Gannett

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Here’s a roundup of this week’s news about paywalls. Washington Post The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that the Washington Post , which has kept its content free online as competitors like the WSJ and New York TImes have started charging, will likely add a metered paywall sometime around summer 2013, citing “people familiar...
Paywalls roundup: Washington Post, Daily Beast, Gannett

The 404 1,151: Where we got these Blackberries, man (podcast)

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Blackberry users have always hated fun, but today we'll discuss why the company's market share dropped 50% in the last three years. We'll also lament the end of Newsweek's printed magazine, trace back the life of Game Genie, and bid farewell to Flamin' Hot Cheetos from our daily diet. [Read...
The 404 1,151: Where we got these Blackberries, man (podcast)

Newsweek to End Print Edition

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Newsweek, the struggling newsweekly that was sold for $1 two years ago, will drop its print edition after an eight-decade run to become digital-only by the end of the year, the company said Thursday. Editor-in-Chief Tina Brown broke the news on Newsweek’s sister website, The Daily Beast. Newsweek’s Dec. 31...
Newsweek to End Print Edition

Here's Everything You Need To Know About Tumblr, The Hot Blogging Service Used By Millions

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Tumblr is one of the fastest growing sites on the web. As of July 18, 2012, Tumblr has over 64.7 million blogs. Tumblr is extremely popular with the younger crowd, but it's quickly expanding as companies like GQ, Newsweek, and several other brands use it to connect with customers and readers....
Here's Everything You Need To Know About Tumblr, The Hot Blogging Service Used By Millions

Bob Banov and Roger Ohlsen: I'm Voting Against the Other Guy

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During a recent interview on MSNBC's The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, Newsweek's Andy Newman asked Lawrence whether back in his school days he'd been one of the kids who ran for student council, and Lawrence said "no." But he said he remembered those kids. The two were discussing stalemates...
Bob Banov and Roger Ohlsen: I'm Voting Against the Other Guy

newsweek: This was once an ad in Newsweek. So. cool. One...

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newsweek: This was once an ad in Newsweek. So. cool. One...

Copy These Smart Ways To Use Pinterest For Your Business

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With Pinterest claiming to be the fastest growing website ever, it's probably about time your business thinks about getting on it. Previously, we covered some tips for pushing your brand on Pinterest. Now, here are some media companies that are already using Pinterest well, and what you should steal...
Copy These Smart Ways To Use Pinterest For Your Business

From Google to Newsweek, nobody's safe from the technology whirl | Charles Arthur

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Smartphones and tablets are forcing even the big hitters to rip up their business models. There is no certainty any more'Would you want to be a Finn with Nokia or a Norwegian with Statoil 10 years ago?" pondered "Counternotions", one of the people I follow on Twitter, on Friday.It's quite...
From Google to Newsweek, nobody's safe from the technology whirl | Charles Arthur

Newsweek shuts print edition, goes gently into digital night

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Another icon of 20th century news reporting is about to disappear. Newsweek editor Tina Brown announced this morning that the magazine will publish its final print copy on December 31 but live on in a new tablet edition known as Newsweek Global. The move appeared to be inevitable after recent...
Newsweek shuts print edition, goes gently into digital night

Newsweek brings print issues to the iPad (iTunes link) http://j.mp/9nYtOw

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Newsweek brings print issues to the iPad (iTunes link) http://j.mp/9nYtOw

Daily Beast To Cut Editorial Staff

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Dec. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Newsweek/Daily Beast Co., the news company owned by Barry Diller's IAC/InterActiveCorp, is cutting editorial jobs today as it turns Newsweek from a print magazine into an online-only publication. Tina Brown, editor-in-chief and founder of the company, announced plans in October to cease publication of Newsweek by...
Daily Beast To Cut Editorial Staff

Why the Olympics and Other Sports Cause Conflict - Newsweek.com

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Why the Olympics and Other Sports Cause Conflict - Newsweek.com

Plagiarism, defamation and the power of hyperlinks

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What do Fareed Zakaria, Jonah Lehrer and Gawker Media have in common? In different ways, the incidents that have thrust all three into the news recently help to show the power of the simple hyperlink, which Sir Tim Berners-Lee developed along with the rest of the web a little over...
Plagiarism, defamation and the power of hyperlinks

Improving Education Through Better Teachers

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theodp writes "The teaching profession gets schooled in cover stories from the big pubs this weekend, as Newsweek makes the case for Why We Must Fire Bad Teachers, and the NY Times offers the more hopeful Building a Better Teacher. For the past half-century, professional educators believed that if they...
Improving Education Through Better Teachers
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Facebook's Play to Take Over the Entire Internet - Techtonic Shifts Blog - Newsweek.com

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Facebook's Play to Take Over the Entire Internet - Techtonic Shifts Blog - Newsweek.com
Newsweek owners reportedly mulling digital-only options

WITN: Paul argues print isn't dead, only Tina Brown's judgement was

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I honestly couldn’t tell you what all Paul and I talked about in this episode of WITN. It was more rambling than usual — ranging from a debate about craft projects to Eli running in the room to pronounce the word “Admiral” proudly into Skype. (I think, our seven...
WITN: Paul argues print isn't dead, only Tina Brown's judgement was

As Facebook Takes a Beating, a Brutal Movie Is Set to Make Things Much Worse - Techtonic Shifts Blog - Newsweek.com http://bit.ly/d47paQ

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As Facebook Takes a Beating, a Brutal Movie Is Set to Make Things Much Worse - Techtonic Shifts Blog - Newsweek.com http://bit.ly/d47paQ

Does Barry Diller Know Something About The Future Of Newsweek That Tina Brown Doesn't Know?

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Yesterday, many news outlets reported that Newsweek owner Barry Diller had said or implied that Newsweek might kill its print edition this fall and go all digital. This news, not surprisingly, apparently sent the Newsweek newsroom into a panic. And it prompted Newsweek's legendary editor, Tina Brown, to take time...
Does Barry Diller Know Something About The Future Of Newsweek That Tina Brown Doesn't Know?

Homeless hawk codes, not content, as charity mag goes online-only

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Stopping the presses today may not suit all publishers, especially those which rely on dead-tree money. But, after Newsweek’s digital-only announcement, other print users of different kinds are also now pulling back from paper at an increasing rate… Even homeless magazines Now even an edition of a social-enterprise magazine, designed...
Homeless hawk codes, not content, as charity mag goes online-only

Newsweek Is for Sale as Newsweeklies Lose Influence

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Newsweek Is for Sale as Newsweeklies Lose Influence

Newsweek On Sale

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"The era of mass is over." - Charles Whitaker, research chairman in magazine journalism at the Northwestern University school of journalism...
Newsweek On Sale

Echo is hitting the big time. Now running real-time comment streams of Time, Newsweek, Forbes, others

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Echo is hitting the big time. Now running real-time comment streams of Time, Newsweek, Forbes, others
Actually, 2012 wasn't such a bad year for magazines after all

Paywalls roundup: Houston Chronicle, Crain's NY, Newsweek

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Here’s a roundup of this week’s news about paywalls. Houston Chronicle The Houston Chronicle is adopting a new payment model for digital content: Its new HTML5 site, HoustonChronicle.com, requires a subscription, while a separate site, Chron.com, remains free. The Boston Globe enacted a similar model last September. John T. O’Loughlin, president...
Paywalls roundup: Houston Chronicle, Crain's NY, Newsweek
Social media's billion-person game of telephone is good for memes but bad for activism

Micro magazines and a future of media

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Does anyone read Time or Newsweek (being sold to anyone who will take them) any more? And when they disappear, who will really miss them? The problem is that they are both slow and general. The world, on the other hand, is fast and specific.Is there a business here?While there...
Micro magazines and a future of media
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