Friday Edition 11/13/09

TOO SLOW: Newspapers are just not up to new media’s challenge, so Dallas Morning News’ Web editor quits. [Editor & Publisher]

Newspapers have limited resources, they are saddled with legitimate legacy businesses that they have to focus on first. I am a digital guy and the digital world is evolving rapidly. I don’t want to have to wait for the traditional news industry to catch up.

FAMILY FEUD: Rev. Moon’s kids are divided, and the future of the Washington Times is in doubt. [TPM]. Meanwhile, after being MIA for days, its top editor is out. [Politico via Romenesko]

WORDPRESS LOCATOR: Mapping bloggers. [Mashable] Also: WordPress word.

TRUTH IS NO DEFENSE: Outside the US, that is. German convicts sue Wikipedia for reporting the facts, just the facts. [NY Times]


MURDOCH TOPS POPE, TRAILS GOOGLE: The world’s power list, according to Forbes. [Hollywood Reporter]

RIP: London Lite’s final day. [Newspaper Innovation]

IMPACT: Fewer newspapers, less newsprint. Closed Canadian mill.

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