Categories Online Media HuffPost arrives (again) Post author By Jack Lail Post date July 15, 2011 2 Comments on HuffPost arrives (again) Image by Getty Imagesvia @daylife Huffington Post gets its own AP Stylebook entry: The Huffington Post news website is affiliated with AOL. It’s HuffPost in shortened form. Related articles AOL’s HuffPost Enters Crowded Celebrity Arena Online With HuffPost Celebrity Site (allthingsd.com) Huffington Post Expands, ‘Deepens’ Celebrity Coverage (thenewspundit.com) Thanks for the Apology, Huffington Post. Now Please Apologize to the Writer You Suspended (adage.com) Did the Huffington Post Make a Big Mistake by Suspending an ‘Over-Aggregator’? (nymag.com) Is there a difference between “aggregators” and “rewriters?” (zdnet.com) HuffPost Greatest Person Of The Day: Kona Shen Uses Soccer To Inspire Haiti’s Youth Leaders (huffingtonpost.com) AOL launches Huffington Post in the UK (digitaltrends.com) Share this:Print RelatedThere's a 100 million things you could say about thisAugust 4, 2011In "Newspapers"Is 'conversation management' a core newsroom function?February 28, 2013In "Online Media"Paid content on iPads: Mistaking a rerun for a 'do over'November 28, 2010In "Adversity is a mean teacher" ← The geography of Knoxville cell phone calls → The War on Photography 2 replies on “HuffPost arrives (again)” Huffington Post is changing the model for news. Make it social, make it crowd-sourced, and make it free. Mad respect for them. Huffington Post is changing the model for news. Make it social, make it crowd-sourced, and make it free. Mad respect for them. Comments are closed.