Will journalists start being judged and fired based on their Web stats? That was the question from Salon.com co-founder and author Scott Rosenberg today at a Personal Democracy Forum discussion between media critic and NYU professor Jay Rosen and Dan Froomkin, who was recently ousted as the Washington Post’s White House Watch Read More
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