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Posts Tagged ‘Sean Blanda’

eMedia Vitals Launches with Party At Social Bar

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eMedia Vitals is not your normal aggregation site. Instead, it lends its arms out to publishers and content producers as well. While most aggregators are content to just piggy-back on other people’s content and get whatever pageviews or ad sales are to be found out there, eMedia working with them to create revenue for their product.

Last night, the new media company held a launch party at New York’s social bar. Pictures after the jump.

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Journalism Jamboree

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Angry Journalist.com–Why didn’t we think of that? Everyone we know is ticked off.

And why? They’ve all been reading Alan Mutter, who wonders how many editors are really needed.

the most elaborate editing process in the industry did not save the New York Times from the embarrassment of Jayson Blair’s counterfeit dispatches and Judith Miller’s off-base stories about Iraq’s non-existent WMDs

The others read Sean Blanda, who decodes the classifieds.

“motivated and willing to go the extra mile for the paper” = You’re totally going to stay late and get no overtime.