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@niemanlab archives: May 11, 2011

May is getting in the social/TV game with its own online show “What’s Trending” 
Facebook now allows you to tag Pages in photos 
Are you an Android owner and NYT subscriber having app troubles? You may not be alone 
Check it out: PRX has launched a new embeddable audio player 
On Kurtz, Alter and Sullivan: Four questions all writers should ask before jumping ship or going solo 
The question is asked, what, exactly, is a “live” magazine? And what does it mean for publishers 
Telling the story of the Freedom Riders 50 years later, through Twitter icons 
Life in the cave: highlights from Boston University’s “The Rebirth of Storytelling” conference 
Why (and how) Nomad Editions wants to separate itself from other iPad mags and digital editions 
For local blogs is there such a thing is the right ratio of editors to reporters/contributors? 
How to make sense of pricing differences between magazines and their iPad editions? Advertising. 
How the Detroit Free Press used Intersect to cover an invasion of Asian carp 
PSA: Salon is looking for a senior news editor in New York 
Belgian newspapers will stay off Google under the terms of a recent appeals court ruling 
AL Jazeera is reporting that Dorothy Parvaz has been deported from Syria to Iran #FreeDorothy 
Longreads has a whole new way to discover new reads with “Community Picks” 
TwitPic has updated its terms of service to clarify who owns uploaded images 
Good morning! The ABC has created metrics for publishers to track their app traffic