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    As much of Tronc’s turbulence looks to be clearing, new questions are emerging about who will next lead the big metro chain.
    “To whom will we now turn to enliven the continuing conflagration that is the American newspaper industry?”
    It’s driving over 100 million visits a month to news sites in the United States — on Android alone. And it’s an even bigger factor in France, Argentina, Brazil, and elsewhere.
    This is a golden age of American protest. It’s time to stand up and fight the vulture owners hollowing out local news.
    It’s already driving almost as many visits as Twitter, and publishers have no idea why their stories get chosen (or don’t).
    Two dozen experiments, one Brexit and one U.S. presidential election, and hundreds of thousands of readers later, the Mobile Innovation Lab has some thoughts about what newsroom innovation and experimentation requires on a practical level.
    They’re just a few of countless names, codewords, memes, and phrases that have been blocked. Weiboscope, a project out of the University of Hong Kong, since 2011 has tracked deleted posts on Weibo, collecting a substantial dataset of the types of terms and content that triggers censors.
    Like Circa before it, The Guardian aims to atomize a big breaking story into its individual parts — and then be smart about showing you the right ones at the right time.
    The Guardian Mobile Innovation Lab’s podcast player for the mobile web lets you listen to a show without using a podcast app, and get phone notifications that point you to links and graphics at relevant points in the story as the audio plays.
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