The Nacireman wrote:
That's not the point. The point is most newspapers and magazines already have a presence online. They're hardly stuck in the "telegraph operator or the town blacksmith" era.
Which "online news sites" are you talking about, anyway? The Huffington Post? I'd hardly call that a "news" site. TMZ? Not quite the New York Times There? World Net Daily? Conspiracy spank central. Yahoo! News? I see a lot of AP stories there.
Many of the on-line writers for newspapers are all freelance, and office space is reduced to the bare minimum.
Clark would have been fired from a real job years ago, anyway.