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16 October 2006

Guido vs the Lobby: Round 2

Blogging MP Tom Watson claims that rumours of the demise of the lobby correspondent have been greatly exaggerated, and that in the long run, Private Eye has more to fear from Guido and the gang than the lobby do.
Punting partially-verified information goes on in all areas all over the blogosphere, not just in the political field. The world is still intrigued by blogs and the opinions within them. I just think that in future years there will be a reaction against them, or at least, a collective worry about the veracity of what is written on them. People will want fact-checked, verifiable information from the sites they read. And you know what? They'll get that from good old quality journalism. Well researched news stories will be a premium.

More at Tom's Blog.

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