MONDAY’S LINKS: ‘NY Sun’ Reporter ‘Wins FOIA Fight, Gannett Going ‘Hyper-Local,’ ’07 Ad Growth Online

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By: E&P Staff

In today’s links, a New York Sun reporter has won a court decision compelling the government to turn over court documents about how the Bush administration has sought to contain press leaks, a new report says the the majority of newspaper advertising growh next year will be online, and Gannett focuses on going online and “hyper-local.”


A New York Sun reporter wins in court as the government must turn over documents that could show what efforts the Bush administration has made to investigate leaks to the press. (New York Sun)
Gannett looks to the future, focusing on hyper-local and online. (Washington Post)

Have a camera phone? Yahoo and Reuters want you to work for their news service. (New York Times)

The future of web ads is in Britain. (New York Times)

Report: Online will drive ’07 newspaper ad growth. (Reuters)

‘New York Times’ writers told not to read weekly papers. (New York Magazine)

Paul Steiger ushers in new ‘Wall Street Journal.’ (PR Week)

Jon Friedman: Be wary of billionaires and newspaper companies. (Marketwatch)

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