So, everybody's wondering what happens next for American journalism. Is it inevitable that newspapers will die? Will they all die, or only some? And if the big ones go, where will the expensive, real journalism come from -- you know, those stories that Web aggregators depend upon? The good stuff that gives bloggers fodder for commentary?
One of the Web's top blogs, The Huffington Post, plans to pay 10 staffers to coordinate freelance journalists to provide it. Story about that in today's New York Times: Huffington Post launches journalism venture.
Interesting comments on the Politico blog.
What do you think?