27 junio 2008

Mucho Journal

Hamilton Nolan comenta en Gawker que a pesar de las últimas bajas en The Wall Street Journal, el diario sigue siendo un hueso duro de roer para sus competidores:
“The paper is the only one in America actually investing in financial news; elsewhere, it’s simply a shrinking field. ”

“The point: The number of decent US jobs in business journalism is shrinking. Those who leave the WSJ face the very real prospect of not finding anything nearly as good as the position they left. And the problem will only get worse for the foreseeable future. So those who bailed out for PR and Wall Street will end up with a lot of old WSJ colleagues sending resumes their way.”
Más, aquí.

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