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Visit, revist or replay #DEN09 presentations

You can visit, revisit or replay the presentations from the #DEN09 Paywalls and Partnerships session in Preston on 29th October 2009 by checking out the liveblog log or following these links to the speakers' slides:

- Fran├žois Nel, director of the Journalism Leaders Programme at UCLan, presented highlights from a study into the online revenue models of news publishers in Britain’s 66 cities, 'Where else is the money?'

- Sarah Hartley, Launch Editor of Guardian Local, 'The Hyperlocal Space; or is it hype about local?' (Also see Sarah's great blog post on the whole session).

- Tony Johnston, Head of Training, Press Association, 'A new model for public service reporting in Britain'.

- Alastair Bruce, Senior Content Manager for Microsoft UK, 'What does MSN Local’s partnership proposal mean for regional publishers?'

Diary note: #DEN10A, the first of three Digital Editors Network meetings planned for 2010, is schedule for 25th February 2010 in Preston. Contact Nick Turner with programme suggestions and follow @francoisnel or @jleaders for updates and reservations.


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