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Tweets for Keeps: April 22 – April 28, 2012

Theme of the tweet week: ways to ease the change. A clearinghouse of free training, a visual how-to become a data journalist, and new ways to focus and fund your work.

Tweets for Keeps April 1 – April 7, 2012

This week, we examine the importance of youth and diversity in media, then share tips to get the job done: build a local news site, crowdsource content with consent, and leverage sales staff.

Tweets for Keeps: March 26 – March 31, 2012

Subscription options big players or small bloggers can install, easy apps for reporting fast from the field, and a new j-school focusing on collaboration. Plus: news orgs against public info access.

Tweets for Keeps: March 19 – March 25, 2012

This week we curated lists, scoped America's media landscape, converted brand to revenue, and "newsgathered on the cheap." Plus: lessons learned from opensource and startups.

Tweets for Keeps: March 12 – March 18, 2012

Creativity awarded: political climate illuminated by open data mapping & success across the spectrum of non & for profit news sites. Plus, a cautionary tale for hyperlocal publishers.

Tweets for Keeps: March 5 – March 11, 2012

The style guide of the times – do you keep all those symbols when you quote from Twitter? Debate over the 99 cent story model, and tough questions designed to change a newsroom's success mindset.

Tweets for Keeps: February 26 – March 4, 2012

Keepers this week include: Collusion, a new tool promising new tracking data; doing better business on FB and LinkedIn, and a brand new collaboration place for better journalism in the digital age.

Tweets for Keeps: February 19 – February 25, 2012

This week: the Chicago News Cooperative stopped publishing, the Philly Inquirer news staff petitioned potential owners to keep editorial integrity, and Gannett announced plans to paywall its papers.

Tweets for Keeps: February 12 – February 18, 2012

Rupert Murdoch may remember this week: five top UK staffers arrested for bribery. Pew found even legacy media struggles to entice advertisers online. Media deaths: Whitney Houston and Anthony Shadid.

Tweets for Keeps: February 5 – February 11, 2012

GigaOm added paidContent to its tech publishing empire this week. San Diego U-T talks about starting a TV network. And Superbowl XLVI claims "most streamed online sports event ever." So far.
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