The journalism that bloggers actually do, by Jay Rosen explains what bloggers have known for a while: that some journalists’ opinions are not based on, ehem, journalism. It’s an interesting read, but I’d like to add four more journalist-bloggers to the list:
Richard Miniter’s report, How The New Republic Got Suckered in the Beauchamp story (and Richard’s a journalist, too).
Confederate Yankee has also been on the story, and just last week uncovered that the Associated Press ammo story was fake, too.
EU Referendum’s report on the corruption of the media reporting in Lebanon.
Charles Johnson’s uncovering that the Dan Rather story on Pres. Bush’s National Guard memo was totally fake.
I’m sure you can come up with a lot more examples.