Thanks to blogs, the learned craft of journalism is being hacked away

Murray, Iain
April 2008
Marketing Week;4/17/2008, Vol. 31 Issue 16, p66
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the capacity of rank amateurs to share opinions, comments and analysis through blogs. He stated that amateur blogs are getting established journalists a little hot under the collar, however, professional publications are responding in some very odd ways. He added that amateurism has its place and it is rightful channel of communication to be open for newcomers and all-comers.


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