Everyone's Welcome at the Newsroom Cafe

June 2011
Nieman Reports;Summer2011, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p37
The author talks about her company's digital newsroom called the Register Citizen Newsroom Cafe in Torrington, Connecticut. She cites that making changes on the website is handled by at least five people. She notes that the digital newsroom has bridged the gap between "The Register Citizen" newspaper and its readers. She states that advertising will continue to be a source of revenue for the newspaper and mentions her involvement in community journalism.


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