Dear Dirty America


He Was An Innovator, If Nothing Else

March 01
19:52 2012
Credit: Gage Skidmore

Andrew Breitbart, dead at 43, explained here:

Breitbart took advantage of a sea change in American journalism. He saw that the minute-by-minute deadlines for online news could be extended by parceling out the facts of a big story over days and weeks. In his book, “Righteous Indignation,” Breitbart said he learned the technique from Arianna Huffington, when he worked for her during the early days of her site. Breitbart and Huffington Post saved parts of their investigation into phony veteran claims by a former U.S. ambassador, M. Larry Lawrence, to keep the story alive for weeks.

And now, once again as always, back to the show.

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