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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
Problem: Pardons without public notice
Sneak Attack on Legal Notice in NJ
Newspaper adds games to website
Opposition grows against expansion of Internet domain names
"The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers announced in June that it would start accepting applications for new generic top-level domains beginning in January 2012."
- Newspaper Association of America
Times Negotiating to Sell Regional Newspapers
"The New York Times Company, which last week announced that its chief executive would depart at the end of the year, is close to selling its regional newspapers to Halifax Media Group, the company announced Monday."
- The New York Times
Report: 5 years to live?
Buffett buys his hometown newspaper
Flot app graphs numbers in stories
Patch hits bumps in NJ, CA
Paton Prepares His Newspapers for a World Without Print
One of the biggest newspaper chains in America is run by John Paton, who thinks that print is, if not exactly dead, dying a lot faster than anyone thought.
- The New York Times
Spelling mistakes cost sellers bigtime
Major Newspaper Publishers Band Together On Social Shopping Portal
"A group of eight newspaper publishers—Advance Digital, A. H. Belo Corporation, Cox Media Group, Gannett (NYSE: GCI), Hearst, MediaNews Group, The McClatchy Company (NYSE: MNI), and The Washington Post Co. (NYSE: WPO)—have formed a joint venture to promote their individual daily deals efforts."
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