In Haiti, the dozens of redundant dispatches are stressing an already perilously fragile situation, as all the journalists scrambling to get into the country chew up valuable capacity and resources. Surely there’s a better way. Salon: Why can’t the Times and Post agree on Haiti? Marketwatch: Fox’s Bill Hemmer suspects that the next urgent journalistic angle would involve security concerns in Haiti. WaPo: For the first time, all of the major domestic TV news networks have deployed doctor-reporters to the scene of a natural disaster, producing a dramatic kind of participatory journalism. NYO: The crisis in Haiti is a potent reminder to the Sam Zells of the world, who are finding the quickest ways to kill off once-great papers: Reporting is expensive, and the Haiti story is a reminder why you keep experienced newshounds on your payroll. TVNewser: Is a line being crossed in the Haiti coverage?