[High tech freelancers help fill the gaps in newspaper new media teams | Will Sullivan’s Journerdism](http://www.journerdism.com/index.php/2007/12/13/high-tech-freelancers-help-fill-the-gaps-in-newspaper-new-media-teams/)
So perhaps this new model of high tech freelancers filling the gaps could help catapult papers’ online storytelling into the new age, while balancing stock holders demands for high profit (as uncool as that may be to say or rationalize).
[Journalism’s “lingering” problem: The style reporters are taught in J-school drives away online readers « The Future of News](http://thefutureofnews.com/2007/12/12/journalisms-lingering-problem-the-style-reporters-are-taught-in-j-school-drives-away-online-readers/)
The problem is that the winning formula taught in journalism schools is a loser on the web.
[San Jose Mercury News – Video’s impact on Internet ‘just scratching the surface’](http://www.mercurynews.com/search/ci_7698887?nclick_check=1)
Erik Huggers, group controller for future media and technology at the BBC, said video distributed on the Internet will remake the broadcaster.
[SacredFacts: Quotes of the Year](http://sambrook.typepad.com/sacredfacts/2007/12/quotes-of-the-y.html)
“Bloggers suffer from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, journalists suffer from Attention deficit disorder.”
[Attytood: Circling the wagons: The Obama story, Perry Bacon and the “thin blue line” of American journalism](http://www.attytood.com/2007/12/circling_the_wagons_the_obama.html)
What ‘s so troubling is that such passion about defending the status an individual journalist seems odd when I rarely, if ever, see the same names weighing in with this kind of enthusiasm about actual acts of journalism, good or bad.
[Unfettered ‘citizen journalism’ too risky | ajc.com](http://www.ajc.com/opinion/content/opinion/stories/2007/12/12/citizened_1213.html)
Journalists don’t like regulation so lets regulate everyone else instead… well not quite but almost