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March 23, 2009

Entertainment Tonight - The Bloggers Go At Each Other

The entertainment blogger field is getting crowded, and Variety reports that the bloggers are beating up on one another:

For many in showbiz, reading these feuds has become a tawdry sideshow, the online equivalent of rubbernecking on the freeway at a car crash.

Many of these bloggers seem obsessed with one other. As a result, their blogs are partly news -- and partly denunciations of rivals, while touting their own credentials.

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