Arthur Brisbane, the former Public Editor of The New York Times, offers his thoughts and impressions on that job in an exit interview with Craig Silverman on Poynter.
On Nieman Lab, Andrew Phelps offers a first look at Spundge, a new "software to help journalists to manage real-time data streams."
The US-based Star-Tribune reports it is launching a new product this week called Radius, which offers "a new array of digital marketing services to small- and medium-sized businesses, many of whom have never advertised with the traditional newspaper."
"Executives from three nonprofit news organizations — ProPublica, The Texas Tribune and the Center for Investigative Reporting — offered their takes on the emerging rulebook for digital collaborations between media outlets during a Friday panel session at the Online News Association conference in San Francisco," writes Michael Depp on the NetNewsCheck website.
Matthew Flamm on Crain's New York Business website reports that New York magazine is "having its best year in a decade": Forty percent of New York's advertising sales come from digital - and ad revenue is set to grow 26 percent this year.
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