Only the Reader Sleeps

Phillips, Kate
June 2008
Nieman Reports;Summer2008, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p6
The author offers opinions on online journalism and its effect on newspaper reporters and other print journalists. Her own experiences as online political editor for "The New York Times" are cited for examples. A major difficulty in personnel management is seen. Most reporters are asked to contribute both to a newspaper's Web site and its print edition, in effect doubling their workload while adding the constant deadline pressures created by the Internet.


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