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Regional business trends and forecasts for 2013: Latin America

Interview with Carlos Fernando Lindenberg Neto of Rede Gazeta, Brazil.

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.

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