Laura Vanderkam in the Washington Examiner writes on how blogs are shattering the arrogance of the Columbia Journalism Review and why that’s good for journalism. CJR Executive Editor Mike Hoyt’s lame response does little more than highlight the arrogance he’s trying to argue doesn’t exist.
Part of Hoyt’s response to the charge that they are jealous of blogs is that they have a blog – CJRDaily. Or course you’d expect such a place to be all over the Eason Jordan story, right? Wrong.