By: E&P Staff
In today’s links, David Carr stokes the New York Times/Washington Post rivalry, a job ad describes what it’s like being Bob Woodward’s assistant, and the revelation that a Yahoo bid for the social networking site Facebook was rejected earlier this year.
— Big traditional media companies muscling in to top spots in Web rankings. (New York Post)
— Reuters CEO Tom Glocer on trust in the age of citizen journalism. (TomGlocer.com)
— New York Times/Washington Post feud now is extending to the papers’ loyalty points programs thanks to David Carr. (Women’s Wear Daily)
— Be Bob Woodward’s assistant: Job ad says the Washington Post journalist isn’t easy to work for. (Job Ad via Romenesko Memos)
— Yahoo bid for Facebook earlier this year was rejected. (TechCrunch)
— Will Bunch: Craig Newmark should start a foundation for displaced journalists. (CJR Daily)