Is the SF Chronicle the beginning of a paywall rollback trend?

August 14, 2013

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Anyone who follows the newspaper industry has gotten pretty used to seeing the launch of new paywalls by now, as publishers try to fight the ongoing decline of their print advertising and circulation revenue. Tuesday saw a publisher move rather sharply in the opposite direction, however, when the San Francisco Chronicle effectively removed the wall […]

Opinión: Rusia planea abrir en Latinoamérica “talleres” para sus buques de guerra – por Eduardo Mackenzie

April 6, 2014

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BY LAGUNA LARGA La Rusia de Putin se prepara para realizar una vasta operación de expansión militar naval en los Océanos Atlántico y Pacífico con ayuda de Nicaragua, Cuba y Venezuela. El gobierno ruso admitió en las últimas horas que está programando crear nuevas bases militares en países de América Latina –Venezuela y Nicaragua en […]

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Argentina: ¿Paradojas del ajuste o restricciones a las utopías? – por Nicolás Cachanosky

April 6, 2014

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BY LAGUNA LARGA ¿Es la oposición inconsciente de los límites a las utopías o no está siendo honesta con el electorado? En una reciente nota en La Nación, Claudio Lozano ofrece un interesante análisis sobre el ajuste económico que el modelo Kirchnerista impone a la economía del país. La nota es interesante no sólo por […]

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Argentina: Salen a la luz cuantiosas inversiones hoteleras del e ntorno kirchnerista – por Hugo Alconada Mon

April 6, 2014

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BY LAGUNA LARGA ⋅ Los hoteles son una obsesión kirchnerista a la hora de invertir y recaudar. Esa predilección alcanza a la familia presidencial y a sus principales socios y colaboradores. También, a algunos de los empresarios más asociados al poder en la última década, incluidos Lázaro Báez , Cristóbal López y, posiblemente, Rudy Ulloa, […]

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Inside the Texas Tribune Model of Sustainable Journalism

March 12, 2014

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by: Brian Braiker | Digiday One of the best little newspapers in Texas made a big announcement this week. Austin-based Texas Tribune tapped former New York Times exec Tim Griggs to be its new publisher and chief operating officer. The four-year-old digital-only daily is a nonprofit media organization, devoted to increasing both an understanding of […]

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Western Journalist Is Killed in Afghanistan

March 12, 2014

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ByMATTHEW ROSENBERG MARCH 11, 2014 KABUL, Afghanistan — Two men shot a Swedish reporter on a crowded street in Kabul on Tuesday, in a rare assassination-style killing of a Westerner that raised new questions about the safety of the large international presence expected to remain here after American-led combat forces depart this year. The reporter, […]

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Newsweek and ‘Trust Us’ Journalism

March 12, 2014

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By Ryan Chittum Leah McGrath Goodman tells Felix Salmon this about her controversial Newsweek piece on the founder of Bitcoin: “If I read my own story, it would not convince me,” she says. “I would have a lot of questions.” And that sums up the problem with Newsweek’s piece claiming to out Satoshi Nakamoto: Newsweek, […]

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Do ‘Newsweek,’ ‘Time’ Have a Future?

March 12, 2014

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Rem Rieder, USA TODAY Against all odds, the old weekly newsmagazine brands are back in the news. Newsweek, its print version left for dead, sprang back to life late last week with a relaunch whose cover story attracted lots of attention — and triggered lots of controversy. More on that later. And Time, the reigning […]

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