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March 08, 2009

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Charles Barthold

Here's the main problem with David Carr's proposal -- he has existing newspaper executives convening the meeting. Bring in a room of 20 to 30 year olds who actually absorb information online and you'll have a better chance of finding a solution.

Charles Barthold

One more thought regarding paid content. Here's the best summary yet on why it won't work.

http://wiredpen.com/2009/03/08/no-more-free-content/#

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