Since AOL acquired The Huffington Post for $315 million in March, the combined company has a newsroom the size of a metro daily newspaper -- 320 editorial staffers -- in addition to an army of unpaid bloggers. The Huffington Post is trying to compete with major news outlets with original reporting alongside its familiar aggregation. But there appears to be tension within the organization, as some company leaders push for maximum traffic while others seek to establish journalistic credibility.

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