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PostSubject: Evolution of a news production   Tue Dec 18, 2007 5:34 pm

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Nick Denton, the entrepreneur who has built Gawker Media into a formidable blog brand, said two weeks ago that he wanted the new editor of his flagship site, Gawker.com, to oversee its evolution toward a more traditional news operation.

Read the New York Times story

A gossip blog wants to move into more traditional news? On one hand, I'm glad to see them reaching to write their own material:

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Its no longer enough to take stories from The New York Times, and add a dash of snark. Gawker needs to break and develop more stories, the job listing stated.

But will a group that began as a gossip page be considered reputable? Is this how news productions should grow up?
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