- Tea for two: The New York Times has just invested in what's called the Dutch "iTunes for journalism."
- Island nation: NPR's environment desk is down to one reporter.
- Big Ben or Big Blue: Twitter and IBM have a partnership to help companies analyze Twitter data.
- The new presenter: Don't scoff at Vine until you read why the six-second video is big business for brands.
- Tate Britain, anyone? Businesses in other sectors can learn these digital lessons from the museum and art world.
- The Guardian, indeed: Facebook wants publishers to post articles directly to its mobile app and is sweetening the deal to win over the skeptics.
- BBSee: That may be a case of "if you can't beat 'em, join 'em," since Facebook is changing the ways its users consume journalism.
- The telly transformed: YouTube hinted at a subscription service that would let you pay for ad-free video watching. Business Insider got the headline right: The rest of us should prep for more ads.
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