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You vote, but plutocrats decide: The real story about the GOP primary that even
Salon - 10 Hours ago
Never have so many done so much to reveal so little than in the collected journalism about presidential nomination contests. The personality-driven trivia. The hokey generalizations. The bogs of conventional
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Disneyland Paris probed for charging Brits and Germans more than the French
Fortune - 7/29/2015
Following consumer complaints about the amusement park’s price discrepancies, Disneyland Paris is facing an investigation by the European Commission and French authorities. The park has been accused
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Disney World’s EPCOT is about to get way better
Fortune - 7/29/2015
It’s back: Disney’s Captain EO ride. The attraction, which graced Epcot originally from 1986 to 1994, stars the King of Pop himself in full 3-D glory. The ride was brought back in 2010 after the pop
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Jarrod Dicker Named Washington Post as Director of Ad Product and Engineering
Editor & Publisher - 7/29/2015
by: Press Release | WashPostPR Jarrod Dicker will join The Washington Post as director of ad product and engineering. His role will be critical to drive innovation across ad products, and Dicker will
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Two Out of Two News Organizations Recommend User Research
Editor & Publisher - 7/29/2015
by: Laura Hazard Owen | NiemanLab The phrase “user research” makes me think of Mad Men, with women sitting behind a one-way mirror trying on lipstick while men watch (and criticize their appearances). 
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What's Up at RedEye?
Editor & Publisher - 7/29/2015
by: Lynne Marek | Crain's Chicago Business At RedEye, staff members may be the ones feeling bleary-eyed. The commuter tabloid has lost a dozen editorial employees since November, including the
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Don Oberdorfer Top Diplomatic Reporter for Washington Post, Dies
Editor & Publisher - 7/29/2015
by: Sam Roberts | The New York Times Don Oberdorfer, a highly respected diplomatic correspondent for The Washington Post and the author of well-received books about Korea, Vietnam and the Cold War,
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ASNE Releases 2015 Newsroom Census Results
Editor & Publisher - 7/29/2015
by: ASNE Staff The percentage of minority journalists in daily-newspaper newsrooms remained relatively stable in 2014 at 12.76 percent even as newsroom employment declined by 10.4 percent, according
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Guardian US editorial staff move to unionize
Poynter Institute - 20 Hours ago
7:14 pm The Huffington Post Guardian US announced a move to unionize in an independent ballot conducted by the American Arbitration Association, on Wednesday. The company would be unionizing under
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If Donald Trump is your publisher’s father-in-law, show a lot more nerve than New
Poynter Institute - 23 Hours ago
3:41 pm There are ethical conflicts you can avoid and ones you can’t avoid. The New York Observer has seemingly chosen to avoid one it can’t really avoid. Donald Trump is the father-in-law
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Interactive: Find out how diverse the newspaper industry is
Poynter Institute - 7/29/2015
2:39 pm Tags: Diversity , Interactive
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Morning roundup: New York Times flap may not be nail-biter as paper roundly defends
Poynter Institute - 7/29/2015
10:32 am Good morning. Literati duel as Times chides New York Review of Books criticism Former Times reporter Richard Bernstein took after the big expose on the nail salon industry, both benefiting
Morning roundup: New York Times flap may not be nail-bitter as paper roundly defends Poynter Institute
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Think tank reporter in South Carolina still filling the gaps in accountability coverage
Columbia Journalism Review - 7/29/2015
There’s been plenty of news to cover in South Carolina lately, from a mass murder at a black church in Charleston to the Confederate flag’s removal from the Statehouse grounds in Columbia. But when it
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The Donald Trumps Cable News
Media Post - 7/29/2015
You can almost see cable news reporters starting to panic. They simply don’t understand how more than 20% of Republicans could favor Donald Trump. Most are still publicly saying that he’s not a serious
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The decisions behind the New York Magazine’s Cosby cover
Poynter Institute - 7/29/2015
8:05 am When New York Magazine began planning its stunning cover of 35 women who accuse Bill Cosby of assault 30 women had come forward. Now, six months later the number is 46. The magazine had
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Tehachapi News Editor and General Manager, Claudia Elliott, Announces Retirement
Editor & Publisher - 7/28/2015
by: Staff Reports | Tehachapi News Claudia Elliott, editor and general manager of Tehachapi News , has announced her plans to retire at the end of July. Elliott began her career at the newspaper
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Two Models to Fund Fact-Checking Journalism as ‘a Public Good'
Editor & Publisher - 7/28/2015
by: Catalina Albeanu | Journalism.co.uk "Fact-checking has become a powerful and important new form of accountability journalism around the world." Bill Adair, Knight professor of the practice
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Rupert Murdoch's Times Wins Right to Use 'Irish Edition' in Ireland
Editor & Publisher - 7/28/2015
by: Roy Greenslade | The Guardian The Times has won its legal battle in the Dublin high court for the right to promote its new digital newspaper for Ireland as its “Irish edition”. A judge refused
Rupert Murdochs Times wins right to use Irish edition in Ireland Big News Network
Michael Gudinski The Man Who Outsmarted Rupert Murdoch Big News Network
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Patrick Richardson Named Managing Editor of Morning Sun
Editor & Publisher - 7/28/2015
by: Staff Reports | The Morning Sun The Pittsburg (Kan.) Morning Sun  has named veteran journalist Patrick Richardson as managing editor. Richardson comes to the paper from the Miami, Oklahoma, 
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After Financial Times, Pearson Announces Plans to Sell The Economist Magazine Also
Editor & Publisher - 7/27/2015
by: Manuel Baigorri, Kristen Schweizerand Dinesh Nair | Bloomberg Pearson Plc moved closer to an exit from business publishing as it announced plans to dispose of its stake in the 172-year-old Economist
Pearson Nears Business-Publishing Exit With Economist Sale Talks Austin American Statesman
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch Movie Critic Joe Williams Killed in Crash
Editor & Publisher - 7/27/2015
by: Jeremy Kohler | St. Louis Post-Dispatch Post-Dispatch movie critic Joe Williams was killed in a one-car crash. Williams joined the Post-Dispatch in 1997 as a feature writer and had been the
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Ads for Podcasts Test the Line Between Story and Sponsor
Editor & Publisher - 7/27/2015
by: Dino Grandoni | New York Times For the last several months, Lisa Chow, a reporter for and co-host of “StartUp,” a podcast about starting a business, has been interviewing engineers at Ford Motor.
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How Facebook (not YouTube) Is Helping Chubbies Make Videos About Men's Shorts Go
Adweek Online - 7/27/2015
For some men, the mere idea of wearing shorts is cringeworthy. But e-commerce site Chubbies thinks it's found its niche among millennial guys online. The retailer  began in 2011 with the mission
How Chubbies Is Making Videos About Men's Shorts Go Viral Adweek Online
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Without Woods and McIlroy, Nike still won the British Open branding war
Fortune - 7/24/2015
Golf fans were treated to a historic British Open this year: the tournament finished on a Monday for the first time since 1988 and it ended with a thrilling three-way playoff. Sports apparel brands, meanwhile,
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Six Flags joins Disney by banning selfie sticks at its theme parks
Fortune - 7/23/2015
TECH MANAGEMENT FINANCE MARKETS CAREERS AUTOS INTERNATIONAL RETAIL FEATURES SMALL BUSINESS VIDEO MAGAZINE FORTUNE CONFERENCES
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