The Wall Street Journal has the best Davos coverage coming out of the World Economic Forum. They have a blog called Daily Davos. This part of the WSJ Digital Network where they are blogging professionally.
This is how the WSJ Digital Network describes their coverage at Davos in the Davos Daily: The Daily Davos provides updates from the World Economic Forum’s annual talkfest in Davos, Switzerland, which draws more than 2,000 business, political and academic leaders for a five-day program of workshops and panel discussions. A team of reporters and editors from The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires is on the scene, and will be posting news, commentary and gossip as the conference unfolds.
Folks what we are seeing here is professional blogging. Great job by the WSJ bloggers. I’d like to know who the people are that are behind the blogging for WSJ. For example I know that Eric Savitz is Barron’s Tech Trader Daily. Linking to a person behind the blogging is easier then some generic face like Davos Daily – there are two brands the blog site and the blogger(s). I like AllThingsD, but its Kara Swisher who I like to read.