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February 9, 2009

How To Hit Your Readers Up for Pledges (Critics Division)

With journalism hemorrhaging as badly as it is -- clearly, it's bleeding from all orifices now -- it's a little specious to single film critics out as "especially vulnerable to layoffs." But that wording by WNYC aside, the station's report about one strapped, freelance movie reviewer's successful fund-raising strategy for getting to Cannes is worth a listen. Turns out what works for Wonkette can work for arts journalists, too.

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