Our goal for next year is to bring The Daily Tar Heel to the forefront of online innovation. We’ve got an opportunity to create a CMS that will help the paper transition to Web-first publishing and facilitate an online mindset among staff. We believe there’s no magic bullet that will solve every newspaper’s problems online, but we’re trying to find the magic bullet that will solve ours.

This blog will chronicle The Daily Tar Heel’s move off of College Media Network onto a Drupal CMS.

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Contributors

Andrew Dunn | Journalist and UNC-Chapel Hill student. 2009-10 Editor-in-Chief at The Daily Tar Heel

Sara Gregory | Junior at UNC-Chapel Hill. 2009-10 Managing Editor for Online at The Daily Tar Heel

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The Magic Bullet

Our goal for next year is to bring The Daily Tar Heel to the forefront of online innovation. We've got an opportunity to create a CMS that will help the paper transition to Web-first publishing and facilitate an online mindset among staff. We believe there's no magic bullet that will solve every newspaper's problems online, but we're trying to find the magic bullet that will solve ours. This blog will chronicle The Daily Tar Heel's move off of College Media Network onto a Drupal CMS.

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