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»  Why the Web’s New TV-Style Ratings Might Not Mean More Ad Buys (AdAge)

»  The Onion’s CTO: Our paywall experiment is just that (Nieman Lab)

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»  NYT Labs: Can a newspaper think like a startup? (Mathew Ingram/GigaOm)

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»  Big Lead Sports, an independent online sports site, has teamed up with The Experts Network (TXN), the digital media company formed by sports icons Cris Collinsworth, Boomer Esiason, Nick Faldo, Howie Long, Cal Ripken Jr. and Phil Simms, to create a strategic marketing, sales and content entity. (Press release)

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