They explain their vision for the network of sites.
Stories about Journatic's foibles "relied on twisted facts and half-truths," Hanke Gratteau says.
Outsourcing company will handle listings, not reported stories.
It won't scoop its members.
It used to have 22 TribLocal editions.
Independent contractors have been let go too, Anna Tarkov writes.
One site no longer says its content is supplied by Journatic.
They wonder why the company is "seeking to salvage its relationship" with the journalism-outsourcing firm.
Hyperlocal, by definition, does not scale.
'My confidence level is at zero right now," says Trib editor.
Dealing with death notices, high school sports, crime roundups.
Guild: “This level of deception would get our members fired.”
The 4 market factors that will change journalism.
Hundreds of stories were bylined "Chad King."
Poynter has learned of 342 stories that used a fictional byline never disclosed to the…