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Statesman improves print edition
Star-Telegram closing down its Austin bureau
Guardian releases "Three Little Pigs" open journalism ad
This advert for the Guardian's open journalism, screened for the first time on 29 February 2012, imagines how we might cover the story of the Three Little Pigs in print and online. Follow the story from the paper's front page headline, through a social media discussion and finally to an unexpected conclusion
- The Guardian
SPJ's FOI toolkit guides you through making an FOI request
FOI audits are a great way to monitor FOI compliance, build a group of journalists who have come up close and personal with FOI laws and demonstrate, once and for all, the weaknesses in your state's laws.
- Society of Professional Journalists
Mega Conference topic: Mobile - to go - or not to go
The future of advertising — and media — in one graph
Via The Next Web, here’s a telling chart from mobile analytics company Flurry comparing where advertisers spend their dollars to where consumers spend their time.
- The Washington Post
Mega Conference topic: Digital paths for smaller newspapers
Mega Conference topic: Collaboration key to future
Gannett proceeds with access restrictions
Campaign Insider: Why newspaper advertising still matters
AZ panel rejects anti-notice legislation
What the media can learn from Facebook
Facebook, Google and Twitter aren't in the content business – they're in the relationship business. We need to do the same, says Jeff Jarvis
- The Guardian
Author Zaslow, who spoke at 2011 Texas Press conference, dies in auto accident
Patch's plan to reduce staff, change editorial focus
A Patch insider tells Romenesko readers that the AOL-owned hyperlocal news sites plan to cut staff and freelance budgets and start producing “easy, quick-hitting, cookie-cutter copy.” Examples: Best Ofs, and features like “What’s happening to this vacant storefront?”
- JimRomenesko.com
2011--A good year for Texas Anti-SLAPP
2011 was a great year for Anti-SLAPP in Texas. In addition to the Texas Citizens’ Participation Act being passed unanimously in both houses, causing the law to go into effect immediately upon the Governor’s signature in June, there were at least three Anti-SLAPP victories in state court.
- slappedintexas.com
Reporters: get on there and comment!
Consider before launching digi-sales effort
How Senate panels are using social media
Perry gives boost to Texas Tribune
API merges with NAA Foundation
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