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HOME BUSINESS DIGITAL MEDIA EDITORIAL INCUBATOR PRESS FREEDOM MEDIA POLICY Regional business trends and forecasts for 2013: Europe

Interview with Dr. Martin Fabel and Mirja Telzerow of A.T. Kearney.

Regional business trends and forecasts for 2013: USA

Interview with Rick Edmonds of the Poynter Institute.

Google’s deal with the French press: €60m for digital transition and advertising partnerships

By-lines lost on the frontline

The tale is grim, the victims often the unwitting authors of their own demise. In a twist of bitter irony the story, the lifeblood of any journalist, is often what kills them.

Washington Post starts to automate fact-checking with Truth Teller

Several New York Times big names take buyouts, but not enough to prevent layoffs

Aggregator-syndicator NewsCred adds human touch with editorial curation team

Financial Times to go digital first, changing mindset and shifting resources

Responsive vs. adaptive design: which is best for publishers?

This is a guest post from Garrett Goodman, a new media consultant who does business development for Paris-based startup Worldcrunch. He also blogs for the Huffington Post on innovations in journalism.

Although the differences between responsive and adaptive design are nuanced for the non-developer, the distinctions are increasingly important as publishers see more and more traffic come from mobile devices.

Convergence of technologists with journalists should be top priority of publishers and editors, says Ken Doctor

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