hush_women.jpgJournalist are losing their jobs left and right and most are blaming the internet&#151you know, when they’re not blaming the economy. With all of this resentment towards the internet, the last place you would think to find journalists is in a community online. That is exactly where they are though.

The Politico reports on a site populated by bloggers, political reporters, magazine writers, policy wonks and academics that allows writers to connect and discuss a rang of topics in an “off-the-record” forum.
The site, JournoList, isn’t just visited by wet behind the ears bloggers, either, New Yorker writer Jeffrey Toobin says a “Talk of the Town” piece he penned was inspired by a discussion on JournoList and Eric Alterman, a writer for The Nation, says he’s started seeing topics on JournoList seep into mainstream media. Like the one involving ABC:

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