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Links 1 through 4 of 4 by Suw Charman-Anderson tagged MSNBC

Kevin: paidContent has a useful and interesting look at how different sites are managing the crowdsourcing project surrounding the release of tens of thousands of Sarah Palin's emails from when she was governor of Alaska. 

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Kevin: An interesting look at CNN and how it has struggled against Fox News on the right and MSNBC on the left.

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Kevin: From the Columbia Journalism Review, Terry McDermot looks at Fox News. "The perceived problem is not that Fox’s straight news is relatively bias-free and its opinion programming overwhelmingly conservative. The problem is that the news portion is very small and the opinion portion very large. It would indeed be like a traditional newspaper opinion-news division if the ratios were reversed."

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Kevin: Alan Mutter asks why newspapers didn't buy Everyblock, Adrian Holovaty's hyperlocal site (or micro-local as the site refers to itself). "The fact that the leading hyperlocal website was snatched up by a multimedia partnership operated by NBC and Microsoft shows a dismaying lack of imagination, foresight and, perhaps, economic resources on the part of the companies operating the nation’s struggling newspapers." And Alan continues, "With Microsoft, NBC and MSNBC feeding Everyblock resources and traffic, the site has the opportunity to take as big bite out of local news and advertising as Craig’s List took out of classified advertising."

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