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The 2016 Global Report on Online Commenting, Chapter 3: Successful cases of The New York Times and Dawn

The New York Times and Pakistan's Dawn are two examples of news organizations who are investing and building a constructive commenting space, and at the same time earning new revenue. This is the third chapter of the 2016 Global Report on Online Commenting. You may access other parts of the report here. Read more...
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