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  • ‘Never more accurate': Jack Shafer on journalism in 2014

    … It’s been another tough year for journalism. Traditional media companies continued to shed headcount. Management troubles led to mass staff exoduses at new digital media company First Look and The New Republic. And big reporting screwups left Rolling Stone and New York magazine with egg on their face. For some perspective on all this, we called…

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  • The Wall Street Journal goes mobile with partners

    … publications that is very, very protective of its brand name, which is understandable,” Quittner said. Working with Flipboard also gives The Wall Street Journal access to a new revenue stream via Flipboards magazine-like ads, which both Flipboard and the The Wall Street Journal can take the lead on selling. “Finally getting The Wall Street Journal on board was a bit like getting The Beatles,” Quittner said. “It’s a really big deal.” The post The Wall Street Journal goes mobile with partners appeared first on Digiday. …

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