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Not a day goes by without someone adding their thoughts to the growing pile of opinion about what newspapers should do when it comes to charging for content online. The latest treatise comes from L. Gordon Crovitz, a columnist with the Wall Street Journal -- whose opinion is notable if only because his publication is…

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Traditional media outlets like the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times have begun to use some of the tools of social media -- blogs, Facebook pages, even Twitter accounts. But they seem a lot less eager to adopt some of social media's core principles, including a commitment to the two-way nature of the…

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As the Wall Street Journal is breathlessly reporting, Rupert "Just Try and Stop Me" Murdoch has apparently relented on his much-discussed plans to open up the Journal's content and get rid of the paywall, and will be keeping some subscription products (and boosting the price for them, oddly enough) while letting more stuff move outside…

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Well, Rupert Murdoch has been dropping pretty big hints that the Wall Street Journal pay wall is a-comin' down pretty soon -- and it shouldn't be too hard to make it crumble, since Digg just put a pretty big hole in it. As Kevin Rose describes in his rather economical post on the subject (I…

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Not surprisingly, the decision by the New York Times to tear down its pay wall has fueled speculation that Rupert Murdoch will do the same thing with the Wall Street Journal -- speculation that has been around for awhile now, primarily because ol' Rupe keeps talking about it (of course, knowing Murdoch, that's probably just…

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