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Quote of the Day - Blogging is growing, but it is still a pretty niche thing. We wanted to introduce it to a more mainstream audience and show them it can be about more than just blogging. - Brooke Richardson
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Covering the trial

Expanding the horizons of blogging, the Hampton Roads Virginian-Pilot moved reporting into the Courtroom with real-time blogging. Reporter Kerry Sipe is providing up-to-the-minute coverage of the trial of one of the DC snipers, John Allen Muhammad.

Some purists would argue that it's not a true blog in the sense that it doesn't quite look like a blog (no links, calendar, comments, etc.) on the blog page. These features appear elsewhere on the site, and in fact work much better than most blogs I've seen. But then again, it's commercial, and we're paying for it with ads and subscriptions.

But it's more up to date than this daily blog.

The Virginan-Pilot's blog does have an archive of sorts that features articles written about the other Defendant Lee Boyd Malvo. There's an entire index dedicated to just about every aspect of the cases, including a timeline, video, series of photos, graphics and polls. You can even submit your local site.

Of course, as with all media circuses, someone has to write an article about the Boys on the Bus, the "story about the story."

Which makes this post a story about the story about the story.

Or something like that.

Printer friendly page Permalink Email to a friend Posted by J. Craig Williams on Wednesday, October 15, 2003 at 07:53 Comments Closed (0) |
 
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