60 hours in Cleveland: Behind The Plain Dealer’s LeBron section

Josh Crutchmer, design and graphics editor at The Plain Dealer, takes us behind the scene of its front pages from 2010, when LeBron James left the Cavaliers, to last week’s cover about his return, and how they came up with it in 60 hours. Hours 56 through 48 consisted of “WTF are we going to do?”

Just like Facebook, Twitter’s new impression stats suggest few followers see what’s tweeted (MarketingLand)

Why robot journalism is great for journalists: “The stories that today’s robots can write are, frankly, the kinds of stories that humans hate writing anyway.” (New York Magazine)