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    Introducing native advertising at Poynter

    Dear readers,

    One of our priorities at Poynter is chronicling the ever-changing business models used to support journalism around the world.

    One of these industry-wide shifts is the trend toward native advertising — paid-for promotional messages from brands that use the trappings of journalistic storytelling to engage their audiences. These advertisements are often formatted to be more visually appealing than traditional display advertisements in a bid to capture and hold the audience's attention.

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    Introducing 'In Case You Missed It,' a look at all the news that's fit to click

    Dear readers,

    In case you missed it, we launched a new feature on our site today called, no joke, "In Case You Missed It."

    Just below the primary article on our homepage, you'll notice a digest of headlines and summaries that shed light on the changing profession of journalism. They're stories about important industry trends, major media deals, the ongoing digital transformation remaking our industry and the good ideas that can make that transition sustainable.

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    AP corrects: Backstreet's back, all right

    Oh my god, they're back again.

    The Associated Press made an important clarification on Thursday, noting that The Backstreet Boys are not, in fact, a former boy band. The news cooperative tweeted the correction, which promoted a story detailing the arrest of Backstreet Boys vocalist Nick Carter:

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    The Poynter.org redesign - Frequently Asked Questions

    After several months of strategizing, planning and building, the revamped Poynter.org is here. The goals of this redesign were to build a mobile-friendly site that loads quickly, allows for easier navigation and provides more avenues to the content and work of other parts of The Poynter Institute.

    As is the case with most redesigns, this is only the beginning. We have a list of features that we plan to roll out in the coming months as we learn what readers like, what they are looking for and what they tell us is missing.

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    Managing Change

    Sometimes something just feels wrong in a workplace. But how do you diagnose the situation? 

    Say, for example, the direction or goals seen unclear in your office. There could be a lot of reasons for that. Here are some root causes of that problem--and the questions that will help you pinpoint the cause.

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