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Watch out, news.com,au, <em>The Huffington Post</em> is coming for your crown. But can it succeed without a nap room?

HuffPo launches with team of 30

Watch out, news.com,au, The Huffington Post is coming for your crown. But can it succeed without a nap room?

In this day and age, can you launch a media start-up without paying writers? One publication is certainly trying.

HuffPo asks Aussie writer to blog for free

In this day and age, can you launch a media start-up without paying writers? One publication is certainly trying.

Arianna Huffington and the "magic of the internet" ... did Brickworks get value for money? ... Aussie scientists don't make the news ...

Tips and rumours

Arianna Huffington and the "magic of the internet" ... did Brickworks get value for money? ... Aussie scientists don't make the news ...

In today's Media Briefs: Anyone hacked a phone? Me too! ... Nine Perth chooses not to join the dots ... Front Page of the Day ...Neville Thurlbeck: NoW executives withheld information from MPs and more ...

Journo seeking hackers … no dots Nine … Chris Smith slap …

In today's Media Briefs: Anyone hacked a phone? Me too! ... Nine Perth chooses not to join the dots ... Front Page of the Day ...Neville Thurlbeck: NoW executives withheld information from MPs and more ...

<em>The Huffington Post</em> will proceed with plans to set-up an Australian arm, with the AOL-owned behemoth advertising for an "editor in chief" to pilot its Sydney-based operation.

HuffPo’s Australian beachhead: local editor wanted

The Huffington Post will proceed with plans to set-up an Australian arm, with the AOL-owned behemoth advertising for an "editor in chief" to pilot its Sydney-based operation.

Last week the founder of the Huffington Post said, in what may or may not have been a throwaway line, that it would soon open sites to serve several countries, including Australia.

HuffPo setting its sites on Oz? Let’s wait and see

Last week the founder of the Huffington Post said, in what may or may not have been a throwaway line, that it would soon open sites to serve several countries, including Australia.

Arianna Huffington, the founder of <em>Huffington Post</em>, made her site so successful thanks to shameless -- and successful -- attempts to link-bait headlines. What was once looked down on by old media organisations has now been embraced wholeheartedly, and it's thanks to Huffington, says <b>Jack Shafer</b>.

Arianna Huffington, a woman of questionable SEO morals

Arianna Huffington, the founder of Huffington Post, made her site so successful thanks to shameless -- and successful -- attempts to link-bait headlines. What was once looked down on by old media organisations has now been embraced wholeheartedly, and it's thanks to Huffington, says Jack Shafer.

It might not pay any of its contributors -- well a few journalists, but not its opinion articles -- but popular news website <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/"><em>Huffington Post</em></a> is now making a profit. It's traffic is up 80% this year.

HuffPo makes moolah

It might not pay any of its contributors -- well a few journalists, but not its opinion articles -- but popular news website Huffington Post is now making a profit. It's traffic is up 80% this year.

<b>Arianna Huffington</b> announces the Political Oscars, where each category has both a film and a political equivalent. Top awards include Worst Sex Scene and Least Charming Bad Guy. The envelopes please...

Huffington: And the Oscar for the lamest political speech goes to…

Arianna Huffington announces the Political Oscars, where each category has both a film and a political equivalent. Top awards include Worst Sex Scene and Least Charming Bad Guy. The envelopes please...

Murdoch and his offsiders have called news aggregators "parasites," "content kleptomaniacs", and "tech tapeworms in the intestines of the Internet". Enough with the name calling, says <b>Arianna Huffington</b>.

Arianna Huffington: Suck it up, Rupert

Murdoch and his offsiders have called news aggregators "parasites," "content kleptomaniacs", and "tech tapeworms in the intestines of the Internet". Enough with the name calling, says Arianna Huffington.

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