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April 24, 2007
Will a wave of green media outlets soon begin to sprout? On the heels of reports that former Time Out president Cyndi Stivers is preparing a green media venture (one name for it we've heard is "Blue Egg") is a new green site from the Washington Post Co. named Sprig. Edited by Jeanie Pyun (the last editor of Rodale's five-minutes-ahead-of-its-time Organic Style) and Suzanne Murray (Pyun's former beauty editor), Sprig intends to compete with Condé Nast's Web sites rather than juggernauts like Treehugger. (After all, they make an easier target.) The ...
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