Gannett, Google, and Atoosa Rubenstein

Gannett announces changes to news-gathering, using online discussions to incorporate more citizen journalism in its 90 papers

Gannett announces changes to news-gathering, using online discussions to incorporate more citizen journalism in its 90 papers

Google lets businesses start buying ads in more than 50 daily papers - including The New York Times and The Washington Post  - through its Web site

CBS hires Quincy Smith as president of its new digital media unit, CBS Interactive, and will reportedly look to bolster its digital offerings through acquisitions

Downs

Philadelphia Inquirer editors are told by CEO Brian Tierney to prepare for as many 150 layoffs in the newsroom

Nielsen Media Research postpones plans to release ratings that track how many people watch TV commercials, reportedly after major networks withdrew support

Seventeen loses editor-in-chief Atoosa Rubenstein, who quits the teen title to work on various projects, including Web businesses geared toward teenage girls

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