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Entry by Joy Bacon

An interesting set of posts on Howard Kurtz’ Media Notes blog, hosted by the Washington Post:

Anchors Oblige Public’s Craving for Tweets (Feb. 23)

A Bunch of Twits? (Feb. 24)

Also of interest is that the second of these two posts is four pages long, which typically is way longer than most people would recommend for a news story, let alone a blog. Does this mean that people reading about the media have longer attention spans than people reading about the red carpet fashion at the Oscars?


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