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The Journalism Accelerator resource section features what other news producers have used, applications to up productivity across distribution, technology, revenue, craft, community, experiments, education and policy. We’re also collecting (and welcoming your recommended) resource listings from other industries that may help publishers gain efficiency.
 
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SuBMoJour – Sustainable Business Models for Journalism

A searchable database to help journalism startups see into others’ success. Want to review “financially sustainable business model[s]...? Browse case studies...find one that suits your site.”

Co-opetition Interactive

In a JA thread, Sally Duros recommends this as a "favorite resource for analyzing collaborations." Offering perspective on how shrinking competition in journalism enables new experiments.

Mobile Outlook 2012

What’s up and coming: the 2012 outlook for many things mobile are packed into this industry guide. Tips to stay ahead in mobile advertising, content, databases, and monetization.

Data Journalism Handbook

Created by passionate, practicing journalists, this free how-to helps you “combine the traditional ‘nose for news’ and...a compelling story, with the sheer scale and range of digital information.”

Social Media Biz

Led by longtime web innovator J.D. Lasica, a deep dive into the social web with practical considerations to fuel your success. Free tools, tips, and research to hone your social strategy.

Society for New Communications Research

Tap into bright brains bridging the gap between new communications theory and reality. Deep study and practical applications offered in the work of diverse thinkers.

The Center for Digital Information

CDI helps publishers and others communicate in a way that takes full advantage of digital. Offering a fundamental rethinking designed to keep “vital information” read and understood.

Mobile Security Survival Guide for Journalists

Concerned about managing risks as publishing continues to go mobile? A practical guide to help protect reporters and sources. Tips for secure social media practices as well.

Pew Research Center Report: 72% of Americans follow local news closely

Pew research finds high value on local news, then digs deep into the “unique group of local news consumers...who follow local news closely.” Useful analysis to better know your audience.

Interactive Dynamics for Visual Analysis: A taxonomy of tools that support the fluent and flexible use of visualizations

Worth taking the time to embrace the tech talk for a deeper understanding of how to tell compelling stories through data. Or at least talk to partners who can do it with you.
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