Mark Cuban, the CEO blogger/owner of the Dallas Mavericks, says no. He doesn’t have enough space in his locker room to hold all of them, and so last week posted this note saying he has to draw the line somewhere, and he will exclude bloggers from the lockers, although still credential them for interviews and other press tasks. This week, David and Paul discuss what rights bloggers have vis-a-vis regular journalists, whether you should treat them differently and how to distinguish, and other issues. We also give cheers to Newsgator and jeers to Trimble.You can download the podcast here.
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