Newspaper Guild president: Huffington Post strike isn’t over
Published: 1:54 AM 06/29/2011 | Updated: 7:02 AM 06/29/2011
By Steven Nelson
This year’s strike by unpaid bloggers against the Huffington Post isn’t over, Newspaper Guild President Bernie Lunzer tells The Daily Caller.
Lunzer remains optimistic that the strike, launched after the Huffington Post was sold to AOL for $315 million in February, will end in success for bloggers seeking compensation.
“We’re still conducting the boycott. We are still convinced that we will be able to sit down and talk to try to resolve the differences. And we still think that in the end we will have a constructive resolution that writers will appreciate,” Lunzer said in an interview.