From Editor and Publisher, Nu Yang on how Web analytics are shaping advertising dollars and the newsroom; and Rob Tornoe on what newspapers can learn from hyperlocals. James Srodes reviews Whatever Happened to the Washington Reporters, 1978-2012 by Stephen Hess. How do you convey to the world the American ideal of free speech, for example? Abderrahim Foukara does it daily as Al Jazeera's bureau chief in Washington. An article on the new Al Jazeera: More ESPN, less CNN. As traditional news organizations struggle, nonprofit journalism outlets are playing an increasingly important role — but will the money be there to enable them to go the distance? Caitlin Johnston on what BuzzFeed’s evolution says about the future of longform journalism. Josh Stearns on the case for unity among non-profit, community, and public media. Goodbye, alt-weeklies: Papers like The Village Voice once defined urban cool; their time is gone — and so is part of each city's soul. Peter Canby on fact-checking at The New Yorker: An excerpt from The Art of Making Magazines: On Being an Editor and Other Views from the Industry. The local news now brought to you by drones: A program dedicated to exploring the role of unmanned systems in news gathering issues its first report from the field.