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Do you know the Net1News project? A new way of organization! Follow the project on www.net1news.org

@Heather - In the last several years, I have actually met three former broadcast journalists who help companies with their communications needs. I do like the fact that your "mistress" agency owner is looking to help shape the future of journalism by introducing business concepts.

@Albert - now that you say that, I remember the post! And I was remiss in not including Next Generation Newsroom. I got carried away by my new discoveries. Thank you for adding both to our reading list. Happy New Year to you.

@Ryan - a new site for me to explore - how exciting. Thank you so much for adding it.

I've really enjoyed reading Journalism 2.0

http://www.journalism20.com/blog/

Their recent article on using Google Wave to engage a journalism audience was interesting.

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