Newspapers won't get rich shunning Google, favoring Microsoft's Bing

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Michael Liedke notes that newspaper websites need all the traffic they can get, because the revenue they're collecting online isn't close to making up for what they're losing in print. Microsoft apparently is willing to pay some papers for exclusive indexing rights, but will web surfers even know that Microsoft's Bing has stories that Google doesn't? || Dan Kennedy: What a Bing news deal might mean for journalism.

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