May 17, 2010

Four in the morning

1. The Washington Post hearts the Huffington Post's content model. Nieman Journalism Lab

2. NBC 4 in LA has launched a new web project called "Prop Zero" that bills itself as the Ground Zero for change in California politics. Joe Mathews of the New America Foundation is a contributor. Prop Zero

3. The danger of plagiarism in the reTweet. Good

4. A lengthy piece in the New York Times Magazine about the emerging business models for online news... It looks like the lifestyle of a starving actor trying to break into the movies: lots of work for low (or no) pay and, in the end, the audience gets to decide who's talented enough to rise to the top. NYT Magazine

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