The Rise of the 17-hour Journalist
Posted: 5/30/2012 | By: Tom Foremski | zdnet.com
Henry Blodget, the founder and chief editor of Business Insider, an
online news company based in New York City, is notorious for his role in
Wall Street’s dotcom saga, and he is becoming equally notorious for his
shakeup of news reporting and traditional roles in journalism.
Mr Blodget’s poster boy for the new age of new media is his deputy
editor Joe Weisenthal, recently profiled in the New York Times: Joe Weisenthal vs. the 24-Hour News Cycle