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Adrian Holovaty / The EveryBlock Blog:
EveryBlock's first major redesign   —  We've just launched the first major redesign of EveryBlock.  —  Driven by the feedback we've been getting over the past year, we've not only changed the way the site looks, we've also changed the site's focus.  In short, we're shifting from being a news feed …
Mar 22, 2011, 9:25 AM - In context

Lauren Indvik / Mashable!:
Hyperlocal News Source EveryBlock Relaunches As Community Site   —  EveryBlock, a hyperlocal news site acquired by msnbc.com in August 2009, unveiled a new version Monday designed to encourage conversation and collaboration among neighbors.  —  “We're shifting from a one-way newsfeed …
Mar 22, 2011, 3:45 AM - In context

Marshall Kirkpatrick / ReadWriteWeb:
Hyperlocal Heartbreak: Why Haven't Neighborhood News Technologies Worked Out?   —  Neighborhood news aggregator Outside.in has been acquired by AOL, according to multiple reports this morning.  Apparently it's being bought for less than the big pile of money that high-profile investors put into it, back when hopes were high.
Mar 4, 2011, 3:10 PM - In context

Mallary Jean Tenore / Poynter:
TBD's course raises questions about failure and success on the way to journalism's future   —  Many journalists in traditional newsrooms have left their jobs in recent years to work for online news startups and help shape the future of journalism.  The sacrifices they've made, though, haven't always worked out as planned.
Feb 25, 2011, 2:45 AM - In context

Megan Garber / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Medill and McCormick launch a news innovation lab with $4.2 million in Knight funding   —  In 2009, while announcing that year's Knight News Challenge winners at a conference at MIT, Knight Foundation president Alberto Ibargüen mentioned the foundation's desire to launch “test kitchens” …
Feb 3, 2011, 9:15 AM - In context

Tram Whitehurst / rjionline.org:
The Patch Effect: What AOL's new venture could mean for hyperlocal news   —  What is Patch?  —  All the attention is understandable.  There's the $50 million investment, the hundreds of sites that seemingly sprouted up overnight, and the big name behind it.  These facts are hard to ignore.
Feb 1, 2011, 8:15 AM - In context

Verne G. Kopytoff / New York Times:
AOL Bets on Hyperlocal News, Finding Progress Where Many Have Failed   —  SAN FRANCISCO — City council meetings, high school football games and store openings may seem like small town news, but they are critical to AOL's revival effort.  —  Over the last year and a half, AOL …
Jan 17, 2011, 6:05 AM - In context

Lois Beckett / Nieman Journalism Lab:
Gawker copycats, luxurious print, more robots, and a new blogging golden age: Predictions for 2011   —  Editor's Note: We're wrapping up 2010 by asking some of the smartest people in journalism what the new year will bring.  —  Below are predictions from Susan Orlean, Joe Grimm, Matt Haughey …
Dec 16, 2010, 3:30 PM - In context

Steve Buttry / The Buttry Diary:
News Foo Camp: where TBD is ‘mainstream’   —  In another context, I might have protested being labeled part of the “mainstream media.”  —  We launched our website in August.  We're trying to be innovative and edgy in our mobile apps, use of social media, breaking-news coverage, blog network and other respects.
Dec 7, 2010, 12:50 PM - In context

Give Patch a Chance   —  Controversy swirls around AOL's ambitious hyperlocal venture.  —  Barb Palser (bpalser@gmail.com) is director of digital media for McGraw-Hill Broadcasting Co.  —  When is a company hiring 500 journalists in a year a bad thing for journalism?  According to some, it's when that company is AOL.
Dec 6, 2010, 1:30 PM - In context




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