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Kevin Morris / Daily Dot:
Reddit lifts its ban on “The Atlantic”   —  The Atlantic has returned to Reddit.  —  A month after the social news site kicked out the news magazine and dozens of other sites —including Bloomberg BusinessWeek, and Discovery News—for spam, Reddit has welcomed many back into the warm embrace of its monster traffic, with little fanfare.
Jul 9, 2012, 4:20 PM - In context

Kevin Morris / Daily Dot:
Reddit bans “The Atlantic,” “Businessweek,” others in major anti-spam move   —  Reddit just dropped the banhammer.  —  As of today, more than a half-dozen prominent websites have been banned from the massively popular link-sharing site, including digital publishing heavyweights The Atlantic and PhysOrg.
Jun 13, 2012, 4:35 PM - In context

Peter Osnos / The Atlantic Online:
The Good News About Foreign Media Coverage   —  This year's Overseas Press Club of America awards shows that, even if international reporting resources and bureaus are being scaled back, the quality is still excellent.  —  Every spring, the Overseas Press Club of America has a banquet to hand …
May 12, 2012, 12:45 PM - In context

Dan Rosenblum / Capital New York:
Somber tones, and attacks on Rupert Murdoch, at Overseas Press Club awards gala   —  Joao Silva.  Dan Rosenblum  — As Marie Colvin is laid to rest, news organizations assess the dangers of reporting from inside Syria  — For Tim Hetherington's close friend and ‘Restrepo’ subjects …
Apr 26, 2012, 3:25 PM - In context

Justin D. Martin / CJR:
Loneliness at the Foreign ‘Bureau’   —  News organizations exaggerate the size of their overseas newsrooms  —  The Washington Post has 16 foreign “bureaus,” and 12 of them consist of just a single reporter, according to the newspaper's website.  The four remaining bureaus all consist of two journalists.
Apr 23, 2012, 3:55 PM - In context

Dan Rosenblum / Capital New York:
As foreign desks disappear, journalists consider whether the U.S. is getting the global reporting it needs   —  A recent study ranked the job of newspaper reporter at 196, right above lumberjack, soldier and dairy farmer.  —  Last night Chrystia Freeland, digital editor for Thomson Reuters …
Apr 12, 2012, 1:15 PM - In context

Dalal Mawad / CJR:
Syria: Too Much Information?   —  How journalists wade through a social-media flood  —  For foreign journalists, the Arab Spring uprisings and their aftermaths have ranged from exhilaratingly accessible (Egypt), to mortally dangerous (Libya), to frustratingly off-limits (Syria).
Feb 26, 2012, 4:25 PM - In context

Justin Martin / Poynter:
Why Christian Science Monitor stories have too many links, wrong ones   —  I often don't read my own articles in The Christian Science Monitor.  The volume of hyperlinks the publication drops in their copy is just too distracting.  Consider this Op-Ed on volunteerism among Millennials.
Jan 15, 2012, 4:45 AM - In context

Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Salon CEO Calls For ‘American Spring’ With Site's Relaunch   —  NEW YORK — David Talbot has seen Salon go through several iterations since founding the site in 1995.  He was Salonâs editor-in-chief for a decade and served a couple of stints as CEO.  In July, Talbot returned as interim CEO …
Sep 27, 2011, 1:50 AM - In context

Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
Washington Post CEO Explains Facebook Partnership   —  NEW YORK — For the past few months, Washington Post CEO Don Graham tried out a beta version of the newspaperâs Social Reader, one of several news apps unveiled by Mark Zuckerberg at Thursdayâs f8 conference.
Sep 23, 2011, 3:55 AM - In context

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