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November 27 2011

06:44

How The Harlan Daily Enterprise, Kentucky, ended up running a Huffington Post story

Niemanlab :: The Huffington Post is, in the minds of some journalists, the web’s bad guy, a nemesis that subverts the norms of legacy media, soaking up other people’s work in the pursuit of money and the all-powerful pageview. And maybe it is! But here’s one tiny tale where the content flows in the opposite direction. Readers of The Harlan Daily Enterprise, a small newspaper located in southeast Kentucky, found something strange on the front page a couple months ago — a Huffington Post byline.

[Justin Ellis:] It’s not the beginning of a new print partnership agreement for HuffPost, just a gesture of journalistic goodwill.

Continue to read Justin Ellis, www.niemanlab.org

06:44

How The Harlan Daily Enterprise, Kentucky, ended up running a Huffington Post story

Niemanlab :: The Huffington Post is, in the minds of some journalists, the web’s bad guy, a nemesis that subverts the norms of legacy media, soaking up other people’s work in the pursuit of money and the all-powerful pageview. And maybe it is! But here’s one tiny tale where the content flows in the opposite direction. Readers of The Harlan Daily Enterprise, a small newspaper located in southeast Kentucky, found something strange on the front page a couple months ago — a Huffington Post byline.

[Justin Ellis:] It’s not the beginning of a new print partnership agreement for HuffPost, just a gesture of journalistic goodwill.

Continue to read Justin Ellis, www.niemanlab.org

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