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Council members seek to avoid charges in TOMA case
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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
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USPS announces price hikes for 2013
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Borrell predicts newspaper revenue increase
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Tool helps USA Today measure impact of ads
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WashPo launches debate season features
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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
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Dumbing down of tech stories riles insiders
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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.
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Web ads getting big, bilingual at Valley papers
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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.
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Postal ruling benefits direct mail behemoth
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Government-run periodicals gin up backlash in UK
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USPS proposes sweeter deal for Valassis
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McClatchy picks paywall path
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Subscription income surpasses ad revenue at NY Times
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Chart shows newspapers across America over time
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Changes at NOLA Times-Pic spark others
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Knight grant to go toward news app project
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Tablet newspaper loses $30M in first year
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