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"Old News": Tips for local journalists on keeping up and going hyperlocal

From: April Denée B.
Sent on: Sunday, July 11, 2010 2:12 AM
Despite Prince's recent tirade on the subject, the stronghold of the internet is obvious and undeniable. Even Crystal Dempsey, owner of From the Hip Communications and former style editor for The Charlotte Observer, admits she gets most of her news from on-the-go media like Twitter for Blackberry. And today's media outlets and journalists are struggling to keep up with the changing pace and definition of news.


April Denee Baker | Freelance Writer
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