Today The New York Times Business section featured a front-page profile by Claire Cain Miller and Brad Stone of a bunch of start-up blogs that are trying to do some start-up journalism.
“If your local newspaper shuts down, what will take the place of its coverage? Perhaps a package of information about your neighborhood, Read More
This past weekend, the New York Times published the first issue of Key, a quarterly real estate magazine packed with 150 pages of features and full-page color ads of new condominiums and modern furniture.
Today, the paper officially killed The Walk Through, its real estate blog. The decision to discontinue the blog does not come Read More
We’re a little late on this today, but then we’ve known about it for a while:
The National Association of Realtors, a national lobby of real-estate brokers, is a bad place to get information about the real estate market.
So at least reports The Walk-Through, the Times’ brand-new baby blog about the real-estate market, in Read More