Craigslist Founder Talks Newspapers, Obama
Craig Newmark takes his day job pretty serious. The founder of Craigslist, the online classified site, stopped by the Post yesterday and told us how he spends a lot of his time doing customer service -- especially watching out for anything offensive that might get posted to the site. He also downplayed the site's impact on the newspaper business. The free classifieds often have been cited as a reason for declining readership, and more importantly declining advertising revenue.
To hear Newmark's thoughts on the subject, click on
To see the rest of the interview with Newmark, go to http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/video/2008/06/19/VI2008061903278.html
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