Michelle Malkin’s Hot Air

Michelle Malkin has started a “conservative Internet broadcast network [she] founded with a team of multi-talented bloggers” called Hot Air.

There were be a daily newscast and a whole lot more:

Michelle Malkin's Hot Air Banner We have affiliates from Paris to Washington, D.C., to Wisconsin offering original video, photography, audio, photoshop parodies, and investigative reporting, and we’re recruiting more. We are spotlighting the best content across the Internet in our “Top Picks” section. Our group blog is run 24/7/365.

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We’ll be featuring original Flash animation, cartoons, mini-movies, and documentary trailers. And we’ve compiled a hot list of bloggers, podcasters, big talkers, creative entrepreneurs, and do-it-yourself resources for readers/viewers/listeners new to the Internet/broadcast convergence. The site is a fun, eclectic, and always enriching mix of traditional political analysis, humor, breaking news you need to know, and fresh-baked video goodness with no artificial flavors or preservatives.

While I still haven’t gotten excited about podcasting, let alone V-logging, this strikes me as an interesting venture. Kicking it off with the exposure that comes with Malkin’s site plus what appears to be a significant investment in a massive infrastructure gives this an excellent chance of success.

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Comments

  1. Roger says:

    I saw Malkin on O’Leilly today repeat the lie that the NIE committee report undermined Wilson’s statements. No one called her on her lie, of course. Sigh.