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By Brian Steffens on August 11, 2011 0 Comments

Will the next recession kill print, force the digital hand?

3 views of iPad publications: substance outsells bells and whistles

Will Native Client leapfrog HTML5?

A framework for social analytics

MediaNews adds more metered pay models

Meredith magazines offer iPad subscriptions

7 steps for successful community management

Personalized mobile ads, coupons score better than geo-targeted ads

Mother Jones' digital ad revenue up 97%

Users not yet enamored of newspaper and TV websites 

Successful magazine Facebook fan strategies

Forbes launches social-media-optimized articles page

Gannett tests Facebook commenting

Catching up to digital in St. Louis

AllThingsD summarizes media strategies for Apple app subscriptions

Star-Tribune launches new iPad app

Patch rolls out small town daily deals

Reporters' Lab uses technology to improve investigative journalism

New Brooklyn site to serve media-deprived communities

Facebook could replace the local newspaper?

Ads more effective on tablets than eReaders

Wichita Eagle puts digital first

Blackberry Playbook gets free PressReader app

Reynolds Fellow Matt Thompson updates NPR Project Argo

iPhone ads clicked more than on Android

Belo and Yahoo partner on ads in 15 markets

Financial Times expects digital to account for 40% of revenues by 2015

Dueling pay models in Hawaii

Facebook can be a reader magnet for hyperlocal sites

CNN: Tribune Co. developing its own tablet

PaidContent: Tribune tablet 'a waste of money'

Not all platforms are created equal

NYT Labs: Trying to think like a startup

Are mobile payments finally on the horizon?

Consumers don't trust Apple or Google for mobile payments

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