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(Washington Times)   New study says that newspapers should arrange their front page based on what is popular on social media. Ironically, social media is the main reason that no one reads newspapers anymore   ( washingtontimes.com) divider line
    More: Unlikely, Christopher Harper, social media, newspapers, collective action, Agence France-Presse, Wall Street Journal  
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2014-03-14 11:39:41 AM  
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I don't think having a headline every day that reads "Belieber For Life" is going to make anyone more likely to buy a newspaper.
2014-03-14 11:17:42 AM  
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I gave up going to CNN.com when they made similar changes.  So newspapers are going to start linking to Onion articles on their front page, now?
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