We had heard of bloggers bearing witness in war zones (see Where is Read? in my blogroll), of blogs used after the tsunami last year to help the survivors. The lastest avatar of blogs in mainstream news, takes the shape of the fall of Eason Jordan, a CNN executive, who made controvertial comments in Davos, which then found themselves blogged and disiminated on the Blogosphere. The coverage is still quite limited in the traditional media. The Washington Post aluded to it an article and the story just go a slot on BBC radio4's PM programme. It seems to be more or less it. See the story as told by The Australian.