Doug in HK needs your help

Writer and journalist Doug over at Wrong Place Right Time has managed to land a very hot interview about blogging and the media, and he’s requested help.

It is not all set in stone, yet. However, Robert Kaiser, an associate editor of The Washington Post, has agreed to talk with me about blogs, journalism, and his recent work at the Democratic National Convention.

Here’s where I would like your help. If you wish, provide questions either straight or snarky that I can ask Mr. Kaiser about his work, his paper, and the emergence of a crossover involving blogs and old school media.

I will even provide you a few links so that you can check them out yourself. You have to register, but I think it’s worth it if you are a newshound or a blogger interested in the new styles found in old journalism….

My idea is to generate discussion about where blogging is taking old media. As it seems to me that blogging has had a sharp influence on some editor’s positions in writing material that was previously known only as “information.” Now there seems to be a life in it, something more on the ground and editorial in its comments, and even acting as a foundation for new theories about old things and current events.

Check out Doug’s entire post and lend him a hand if you can. Thanks.

The Discussion: 3 Comments

No, thank you, sir.

July 27, 2004 @ 9:45 pm | Comment

Second link is busted.

July 28, 2004 @ 12:56 am | Comment

Fixed. Thanks Simon.

July 28, 2004 @ 6:49 am | Comment

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