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June 19, 2008


Mark Harden

RE billionaire Phil Anschutz' Clarity Media, aka Examiner.com, has been hiring local editors:

Here's our recent piece in the Denver Business Journal on this:



would the Huffington Post pay for the local content it aggregated, or would the site make money off other news organization's reportage?

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