No, that's not at all unusual, is it?
Zero coverage as of now despite how popular and revered it is among the army of liberal news junkies who are 'chronics' on South Florida's more popular current events blogs, who say its name like a mantra?
Hmm-m... what gives?
A story that as of 3 p.m. had generated ZERO coverage at the Miami Herald even though everyone knew it was coming:
Not to worry, TheWrap's Dylan Stableford has an update at his Media Alley column on the latest news regarding Bloggers class-action lawsuit against AOL, The Huffington Post and Ariana Huffington.
Bloggers File Class-Action Lawsuit Against Huffington, HuffPo, AOL (Update)
By Dylan Stableford
April 12, 2011 @ 7:22 am
A group of Huffington Post bloggers led by Jonathan Tasini filed a class-action lawsuit Tuesday against AOL, Arianna Huffington and the Huffington Post over their unpaid status.Read the rest of the post at:
The suit, filed in the Southern District Court of New York, accuses Huffington, AOL, HuffPo and HuffPo chairman Kenneth Lerer of unjust enrichment and deceptive business practices.
New York Times
Media Decoder blog
Huffington Post Is Target of Suit on Behalf of Bloggers
By Jeremy W. Peters
April 12, 2011, 12:49 pm
The Huffington Post is the target of a multimillion dollar lawsuit filed in United States District Court in New York on Tuesday on behalf of thousands of uncompensated bloggers. Jonathan Tasini is leading a $105 million lawsuit against the Huffington Post on behalf of unpaid bloggers.Read the rest of the post at:
Be sure to read the heated Readers Comments to this NYT post wherein supporters who brook no dissent against their patron saint, push back hard against the very people who wrote the articles on the HuffPo they were forwarding via email to their friends just a few weeks and months ago because they agreed with them.
But now, because they speak out against Ariana Huffington and her business practices, those very people are ENEMIES OF THE STATE: their own insular state of mind.