TUESDAY’S LINKS: Big Media’s Rise in Web Rankings, Yahoo’s Facebook Bid, Being Woodward’s Assistant

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)

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