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ICYMI: Conde Nast's Charles Townsend, DC Snowstorm, Bernie Shaw Tribute - Posted January 20, 2014
In case you missed it, here are some stories that posted across the web since COB Fri. Russia on alert for 'black widows' prepped for possible Olympics attack by ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

ICYMI: Conde Nast's Charles Townsend, DC Snowstorm, Bernie Shaw Tribute - Posted January 20, 2014
In case you missed it, here are some stories that posted across the web since COB Fri. Russia on alert for 'black widows' prepped for possible Olympics attack by ... [FishbowlNY]

ICYMI: Conde Nast's Charles Townsend, DC Snowstorm, Bernie Shaw Tribute - Posted January 20, 2014
In case you missed it, here are some stories that posted across the web since COB Fri. Russia on alert for 'black widows' prepped for possible Olympics attack by ... [FishbowlDC]

How The Wall Street Journal Is Using Facebook to Cover Facebook - Posted May 8, 2012
In March, around the time Facebook launched its Timeline format, Poynter published a piece declaring "Facebook Timeline not yet a friend to news organizations." The post's author, Jeff Sonderman, wrote "the flashy visual template adds too little style wh... [10,000 Words]

How The Wall Street Journal Uses Pinterest - Posted March 26, 2012
While Pinterest is taking many newsrooms by storm, there may still be some editors who are hesitant or unsure about how to go about using the online scrapbooking site. Why not take a page -- or in this case a board -- from The Wall Street Journal? ... [10,000 Words]

LA Times Scorecard and Why O'Shea Was Dropped - Posted January 22, 2008
Emily Steel, in the Wall Street Journal, covers why LA Times publisher David Hiller and newly-axed editor Jim O'Shea couldn't agree: It seemed to Mr. Hiller that Mr. O'Shea was "unable to make the hard choices" by asking that the newsroom budget increase to about $123 million from $120 mi... [FishbowlLA]

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