By: E&P Staff
In today’s links, New York Times columnist David Carr talks to Washington Post CEO Donald Graham, serial plagiarist Jayson Blair is working toward a degreee in business communications, and a look at how Craigslist has eaten into newspapers’ business.
— Craigslist is a newspaper killer, writes Louis Hau. (Forbes)
— Jayson Blair working toward a career in business communications. (Boston Herald)
— Doug Grow: Now journalists are sharing the pain of industries they’ve been covering. (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
— David Carr: Washington Post chief executive Donald Graham “has no idea what the future holds” for the paper. (New York Times)
— Media spending likely “depressingly flat” in ’07. (Advertising Age)
— Edward Colby: The New York Post is no longer a newspaper. (CJR Daily)