Monday, March 08, 2010

If editorial oversight comes at a premium, investigative journalism is simply out of reach for most publications.

In the current online-only business model, true investigative journalism is unsustainable.

That's according to The Business Insider who out went and practiced some true investigative journalism in a story about Facebook.via the Editorialist

The problem with online is that

pages need to be made every day. Who's going to turn over pageviews while all your reporters are off doing stories that -- while immensely helpful to your publication's reputation and brand -- eventually don't pay off in terms of pageviews?


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