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    Bad news from Mashable, BuzzFeed, and Vice shows times are rough for ad-supported digital media
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    Feb. 24, 2011, 6 p.m.

    Links on Twitter: The Daily Indexed comes to an end, listening to NPR takes off on iPad and making TV the BBC way

    "This is the first time a National Magazine Award will be given to a magazine published on a tablet"

    WNYC will tap the Public Insight Network to further their education reporting

    You too can now learn how to make TV the BBC way thanks to these online courses

    How one Norwegian newspaper teamed reporters and programmers on a story about traffic accident data

    "Arianna’s vision is clear: create real-time engagement and enlightenment for our millions of users"

    In Grand Rapids, MI, there’s a fierce debate on using Tweets and new rules in journalism

    The future of tagging: Tumblr introduces Explore as a new way to discover blogs

    Want MediaBugs on your site? Good news! There’s a WordPress plugin for that

    How one activist is using a Google Maps mashup with Twitter to track Libyan protests

    The nightstand factor: NPR finds listeners use their iPads a lot like a radio

    Take the talent and run: @ begins his new blog with why you should hire TBDers

    Ma Bell 2.0: Why the unbundling of old media mirrors the break up of the old telecoms

    The "hot news" doctrine rears its head again in competing suits between entertainment news sites

    The Tumblr indexing The Daily is coming to an end, learn why and how it was done http://nie.mn/eLoi4I

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    Bad news from Mashable, BuzzFeed, and Vice shows times are rough for ad-supported digital media
    The rapid growth of Google and Facebook continues to take its toll on digital media companies.
    Asking members to support its journalism (no prizes, no swag), The Guardian raises more reader revenue than ad dollars
    The Guardian revamped its ask and its membership offerings — moving from 12,000 members in the beginning of 2016 to 300,000 today.
    Beating the 404 death knell: Singapore news startups struggle to cover costs and find their footing
    Political news reporting doesn’t seem to be holding up well as a business in the city-state. And it’s even harder when you’re seen as “alternative” media.