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Saturday, July 21, 2007

Scott Karp: 'Should Newspapers Become Local Blog Networks?'

Scott Karp at Publishing 2.0 asks in a July 20, 2007, post:"Should Newspapers Become Local Blog Networks?"

It's a good question. Imagine the screaming and hollering that would probably ensue from so-called "traditional journalists" and so-called "citizen journalists" if newspapers did become blog networks. It would be good to see the two camps go head-to-head and toe-to-toe in this realm. Competition can bring out the best -- and the worse -- in us.


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We are not quite there yet here in Chicago. There are a few blogs that highlight local news but not many people know about them.

In a sense, they already have. I get more local news from the bloggers in my area of London than I do from the local press.

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