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A Message From On High

Jan
26
2005

Markos Moulitsas, DailyKos himself, writes in to tell me about his choice of credentials at the DNC’s Western Caucus Saturday.
You didn’t get a response because this address only works for a handful of people. It is spam blocked for everyone else. If you need to talk to me, you can use the form on my site.
As for “press” badge, I am media. Jon Stewart would wear the same badge, even though he’s not a journalist. Same with Dave Barry. Or a style columnist for Bazaar.
In today’s media environment, “press” and “journalism” are no longer synonymous. Not everything published is “journalism.” “Press” is actually more akin to “media.”
Seriously, are you finding this that confusing? It’s not that complicated.

Well, you know I think it’s safe to say that there’s a lot less confusion here than meets the eye. It’s arrogance that got Big Media. And it’s contagious.

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