Skip to comments.Arianna Huffington's wings clipped at AOL
Posted on 05/07/2012 7:31:21 AM PDT by rightwingintelligentsia
The good news for Arianna Huffington is that she gets to keep her share of the $315 million that AOL shelled out for her website. The bad news is her duties as editrix of the once-mighty Web conglomerate are being scaled back.
When AOL boss Tim Armstrong announced he was adding the Huffington Post to the companys stable of websites, he crowned the liberal doyenne editor of all properties, including TechCrunch, Patch.com, MovieFone and MapQuest. That announcement rubbed several longtime company journalists the wrong way, as Huffington has never been known for her diplomatic skills.
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She fell of the party line when she criticized the Obama Ad on Osama.
Nobody ever trusts a turncoat.
It’s crystal clear that’s the reason. She strayed from the reservation “Once!!!”.
For $315 million, you can’t be too picky.
And not so useful anymore now that she criticized ObaMao. Even Pravda was allowed to criticize the Politburo once in a while.
Other than her cute Greek accent and former marriage to a fudgepacker, I can't figure out why she is even famous at all.
Can you imagine being a married woman who gets thrown under the bus by your husband because he wants to marry another man?
Say what you want about Arianna - - she has an excuse for being a crazy liberal goofball.
Should also be noted that under her editorship, the pageviews (and therefore readers and eyeballs seeing ads and revenues) have dropped precipitously, especially at TechCrunch.
For that matter, here’s a glimpse inside her editorial ‘management’ style.