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Journatic CEO: We are creating a better future for journalism

Journatic, a media startup that produces hyper-local content for newspapers, has been criticized as a "content farm." But in an interview with GigaOM, founder Brian Timpone says not only his model more efficient than that of a newspaper, but it can actually help produce better journalism.
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