Skip to comments.CJR Steps Backwards
Posted on 08/14/2006 8:15:20 AM PDT by baystaterebel
Columbia Journalism School dean Nick Lemann couldn't have been clearer in his recent New Yorker article analyzing the growing influence of the Web and citizen journalism: "As journalism moves to the Internet, the main project ought to be moving reporters there, not stripping them away."
Thursday, however, Lemann informed staffers at one of the Columbia Journalism Review's Web sites, CJR Daily, that he has made the decision to, in effect, strip reporters away from the Web by slashing the site's budget by 45% to help prop up the money-losing print edition of the magazine with a direct-mail campaign. In response, editor-in-chief Steve Lovelady and his deputy editor, Bryan Keefer, have resigned from the site.
(Excerpt) Read more at editorandpublisher.com ...
Nothing but a liberal rag designed to make liberal media elite feel loved.
The Left has no head for business, nor do they know what the people want. Sucks to be them.
Lemann anounced he's "slashing the sites budget by 45% to help prop up the money losing print edition."What a joke.I can't speak for anyone else,but i get my news(almost) exclusively from the net.The only time i read a liberal rag(ie Time or Newsweek)is when i'm at the doctors office.Same goes for CNN.
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