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News orgs upgrade apps for election
759
City officials take open meetings lawsuit to U.S. Supreme Court
753
Londoner creates story summarizer app
687
New York Times suspends paywall for Hurricane Sandy
624
Super PAC shifts to newspaper advertising
650
Council members seek to avoid charges in TOMA case
692
Dallas suburbs lead in attempts to deny public information requests
Among the state’s biggest cities, several sprawling Dallas-area suburbs tallied the highest rate of requests to Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott last year to keep government information secret, according to a recent examination by the Center for Public Integrity. - The Center for Public Integrity
612
USPS announces price hikes for 2013
791
Borrell predicts newspaper revenue increase
641
Tool helps USA Today measure impact of ads
618
WashPo launches debate season features
580
USA Today offers $1 million in FREE print advertising
"We believe in print advertising. We also believe in digital advertising and we particularly love multi-platform advertising campaigns. But we believe print advertising is being particularly neglected right now because of all the attention being placed on digital and social platforms."
- C-SCAPE
566
Dumbing down of tech stories riles insiders
664
USA Today reveals new brand identity
USA Today reveals its new brand identity Friday, Sept. 13, with a redesigned print publication. A new website will launch in beta on Saturday.
698
Web ads getting big, bilingual at Valley papers
708
Washington Post server crashes at deadline
Staffers scrambled to piece the newspaper together during a computer meltdown just before deadline, but unfortunately Michelle Obama's speech and the National's win missed the paper.
2030
Postal ruling benefits direct mail behemoth
721
Government-run periodicals gin up backlash in UK
681
USPS proposes sweeter deal for Valassis
1208
McClatchy picks paywall path
739
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