Hell, why not? A California paper already pays for a guy in India to look over a California city's web pages to glean news and then write it up.
memories of dead newspapers will do nothing for our communities. . .
. One thing we're exploring is having one news desk for all of our
newspapers in MediaNews ... maybe even offshore."
CEO of MediaNews Group (54 dailies, including the Denver Post, the
Detroit News and the Salt Lake Tribune) and chairman of the board of
the Associated Press, told the Southern Newspaper Publishers Assn. last
week that newspapers might have to send news operations overseas to
survive, 10/20/08 (See http://www.usatoday.com/money/
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