Friday, August 08, 2008
Editing from Nashville to Jerusalem
You may recall the BusinessWeek profile of the company in India that wants to handle editing and layout for U.S. newspapers.

The magazine has published a response in the form of this column by Hanan Sher. He is a copy editor whose career took him from the American South to the Middle East. Here's the gist of his argument:
Cheaper outsourced editing may sound like a good idea to profit-squeezed, advertising-challenged media barons. But they're deluded if they think their readers won't notice, or care.
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