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DoD Buzz
A (mostly) one-man show reporting on the Pentagon
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WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA — Structurally speaking, DoD Buzz is little more than a personal blog dressed up as a full-on news publication. The remarkable thing is that, were it not for more than three-quarters of the stories on the site having the same byline, you’d be hard pressed to tell the difference. That’s true in terms of volume and quality of content, anyway. In other ways, DoDB does have the voice and personality of a one-person product, at least to the extent that that’s possible covering the Department of Defense.
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Name: DoD Buzz
URL: dodbuzz.com
City: Washington, D.C.
State:
National

Type of Coverage:
Foreign Affairs
Politics

Year Founded:
2008

Staff Size:
1 Editorial

Active Volunteers:
None

Business Type:
For-profit

Institutional Support:
No Institutional Support

Revenue Sources:
National Ads

 
Revenue Sources, other: Direct ad sales, including advertisements by the CIA recruiting for its clandestine service.
Principal Staff: Colin Clark, editor.
Affiliations: Military.com; Monster; occasional content sharing with sister publications Military.com and Defense Tech.
CMS: Wordpress
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