Is HuffPo’s Strategy Out Of Politics To Go Tabloid?

Is HuffPo’s Strategy Out Of Politics To Go Tabloid?
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Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 25 march 2009

The Huffington Post grew to fame as interest in politics and the Obama campaign intensified. After the election, there was much discussion about how the news site would survive and commentators suggested that they would have to broaden their content. A quick review of the top 3 stories read on the Huffington Post today suggest that broadening might actually be taking them out of political commentary and into tabloid territory.

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