YouTube shares the wealth with users

Dean Baquet, The San Francisco Chronicale, and Rush Limbaugh

Dean Baquet, The San Francisco Chronicale, and Rush Limbaugh


Ousted Los Angeles Times editor Dean Baquet makes a triumphant return to The New York Times as the Grey Lady's new Washington bureau chief

The San Francisco Chronicle takes the concept of feedback to a new level by posting readers' voicemails to editors online

YouTube announces that it will begin sharing revenues with users by giving those who submit videos a cut of the advertising proceeds associated with them


Rush Limbaugh refers to Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) and actress Halle Berry as "Halfrican American" in the January 24 broadcast of his nationally syndicated radio show

The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post restore stock listings to their print editions - which takes money away from other things, like reporting

New Mexico Highlands University VP of student affairs Judy Cordova urges the campus paper not to print the police blotter as it reflects badly on the school

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