September 13, 2010

The site — a New York Times/NYU collaboration — launched today. “Because two of the bigger institutions in New York are teaming up, there’s going to be high expectations — and some resentments,” writes Jay Rosen. “The East Village is already well served by a healthy blogosphere and a newly launched site is not going to equal what’s already there.” || Earlier coverage.
> NYC journalism schools take divergent paths on training
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