By: E&P Staff
In today’s links, Dana Hull wonders how bloggers and journalists will find a middle ground, Jack Shafer tries to make sense of the Wall Street Journal’s new design, and online ads are set to grow faster than their print counterparts next year.
— Dana Hull: Does the inherent tension between the blogosphere?s anything-goes ethos and the standards of traditional journalism mean this relationship is doomed? (American Journalism Review)
— Timothy Noah: The Dec. 4 New York Times contains the single stupidest sentence to appear in that newspaper since I began reading it more than three decades ago. (Slate)
— Jack Shafer: Making sense of the ‘Wall Street Journal’ publisher’s preview. (Slate)
— Troubling ’07 forecast for the old-line media but not for the online. (New York Times)
— Philly talks focused on mailers’ union. (Philadelphia Inquirer)
— ‘New York Times’ editor Keller weighs in on the question of calling Iraq a “civil war.” (On the Media)