NowPublic Snares Truemors

Schachter, Ken
July 2008
Red Herring;7/10/2008, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the acquisition of Guy Kawasaki's Truemors.com by participatory news site NowPublic. Under the deal, NowPublic will be operating Truemors as a stand-alone site in the immediate term. The site claims that it has thousands of reporters in more than 140 countries. It even had volunteer reporters covering Hurricane Katrina than most news organizations have on their entire staff.


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