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Link journalism: an online journalism reporting resource

05/05/2009

Here is one example of link journalism produced by The New York Times and called “Reading the Web.” Historically, news organizations rarely if ever credited another news organization for reporting. The thinking was referring to the competition was like telling the viewer/reader/listener to change channels or read another publication.

That’s changing. Take a look at ProPublica, a not-for-profit news site and aggregator. The site pulls content from television and print. Here’s a story describing link journalism in action in Washington state.

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