Tuesday, February 19, 2008

One Mission, Two Newsrooms

WashingtonPost.com is not near The Washington Post.

Other papers have abandoned the Washington Post’s separate-but-unequal model. A year ago, the Los Angeles Times integrated its news and Web functions after an internal report called the paper “Web-stupid.” The New York Times began combining its Web-paper operations in August 2005 and accelerated the process when it moved to a new building last spring. “It’s very much a two-way street,” says Jonathan Landman, the Times’ deputy managing editor and top editorial voice on the Web site. [Click for MORE]

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