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March 24, 2009

Hollywood Bloggers Gang up (part II)

Further to my post a few days about Hollywood bloggers beating up on one another. Nikki Finke of Deadline Hollywood Daily fires off a rebuttal to the Variety piece I linked to. She's saying the piece was a hit job and that Variety had tried to buy her site. 

nikkifinke.JPGKim Masters over on The Daily Beast would seem to agree.

This is the kind of back-and-forth squabbling we used to see decades ago when there were multiple newspapers in cities and they were all jockeying for position. A sign of a reinvigoration of journalistic competition?

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