Tag: traditional media

The tables have turned on rag media

Up until recently, bloggers were viewed as the scourge of journalistic integrity (as if there ever was any).

I may still think blogging doesn’t have a viable business model, outside of selling a network of so-so sites tied to a couple of really good ones, but traditional journalists are surely on their heals if they are stealing blog content.

When the blogging community nabs a writer pinching their content and using it as their own, that’s one thing. When the bloggers start offering the Press Plagiarist of the Year Award, you can bet magazine and newspaper staffs are going to be a lot more careful from here on out.

***UPDATE***

A newspaper’s problems, read graphically. Is journalism somehow losing value, or are people just getting wiser?

Blogging is no venture

Saying that blogging can be a venture is like saying that Jerry Bruckheimer productions would be action packed without Jerry. Business 2.0 explores the idea a little further in Can Blogging Ever Become Big Business?, but I have to give the question a resounding no.
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