The second great migration to new media

Back in the Internet bubble days of the late 1990s, lots of journalists decamped from traditional news organizations to start or join dot-com companies. The early few were the real pioneers; as the decade wore on the people who bailed out of mainstream news organizations — which were doing well financially at the time but didn't offer stock options except to a tiny number of senior people — were folks who in many cases saw a gravy train and decided to jump on it

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