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Does Tampa have the right idea?
April 12, 2007, 2:08 pm
Filed under: business, Florida, journalism, newspapers

Followthemedia says The Tampa Tribune’s plan to reorganize its priorities and workflows just might be a good blueprint for other metro dailies too.

The Tribune is catching up on all the things that many metropolitan newspapers have done before it — outsourcing back office jobs (classified advertising telephone sales, circulation, customer service), changing page width, getting rid of zoned sections, finding various ways to lessen the print news hole, reduce circulation area, reduce staff etc. — but there is a plan to go with that to improve local and citizen reporting within existing community papers and especially on the web site.

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I am so much inspired from your blog. Actually , I am in Nepal and here isnot a good teaching institute for Online jounalism. So, Please guide me in anyway from the other edge of the earth.
Reality Bites

Comment by Reality Bites

Apply for a Fulbright! Come study in the U.S. — and also study us! In Nepal this site. For any country: Google countryname Fulbright and you will find information.

Comment by Mindy McAdams

The same newspaper that was so high on “convergence?” That was the right idea just a few short years ago.
I think they are rearranging the deck chairs.

Comment by GoingLikeSixty.com

Kilgore: Send me an e-mail. I deleted your comment because it’s not about the blog post.

Comment by Mindy McAdams

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