Has Perez Hilton taken the gossip industry in the right direction?

Question: Has Perez Hilton taken the gossip industry in the right direction?

Fuller: Well I’m not . . . I don’t . . . I think that . . . I think Perez has done a great job on his blog. I think the whole point of a blog is to present a point of view. And he gives news, and he gives it with his point of view. And he’s developed a following, and so I applaud him for that and he’s doing what he needs to do. And there’s a . . . and clearly there’s a place for him. But it doesn’t mean that there’s not a place for other points of view and for a different approach. So yeah, I think that one of the wonderful things about being online is it gives a forum for a lot . . . for so many different opinions. Recorded On: 1/30/08

Nothing but praise.

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