Morning Media Mix

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

(Illustration by Lauren Payne)

The blackout happened a decade ago today (and this is what the New York Times homepage looked like). (The New York Times)

“The Jockey” is the Times‘ new “Snowfall,” but less awkward and with ads. (Ad Age)

A study finds that Craigslist cost newspaper 5 billion dollars in classified ad money. (Forbes)

The San Francisco Chronicle “finally” abandons their paywall, which they debuted in March. (San Francisco Chronicle)

Henry Blodget argues that we have entered a golden age of journalism. (Business Insider)

 

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