Senior investigative reporters are sending resumes to Talking Points Memo

Talking Points Memo founder Joshua Micah Marshall made headlines a few months ago when he won a George Polk Award, becoming the first...

Talking Points Memo founder Joshua Micah Marshall made headlines a few months ago when he won a George Polk Award, becoming the first blogger to do so.


He also made some waves at a Harvard conference last week, telling attendees that reporters are “terrorized” by economic changes to the traditional media landscape, and dealing with it through a mix of “denial and fatalism,” according Ari Melber of The Nation and the Huffington Post.


Marshall, who noted that the evolving media is bad for journalists’ livelihoods but might be good for journalism itself, also revealed that senior investigative journalists are common applicants for open positions at his Web site.

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