Nieman Journalism Lab
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@niemanlab archives: April 13, 2010

From Treme to the 9/11 Commission Report: index as story 
Mobile Web will be bigger than desktop browsing by 2015, Morgan Stanley analysts predict 
CNN to launch new entertainment and tech sections, plus blogs on Afghanistan, religion, food and breaking news 
Tough love: Gawker finds making it harder for comments to be seen leads to more (and better) comments 
David Carr: “We have a guy named Brian Stelter, who every time he moves his elbow, media pops out” 
Can explaining complex issues mean cold hard cash for news orgs? @voiceofsandiego thinks so 
Journalists as educators and the Voice of San Dieogo’s use of the “explainer” story 
You say paywall, Daily Variety says “velvet rope” 
HuffPo launches new food section, keeps the Huff flavor, ie: photos of Biden’s cheesesteak, Batali goes green 
Creator of VH1′s Pop Up Video helps Yahoo create a daily online video round up of the news, “Who Knew?” 
Good morning! NYT hits back, looks to pick up WSJ readers with a revamped business section