In the past year major media corporations decided to follow the Web 2.0 trend and redesigned their websites.
First BBC announced that they will build a new " website around user-generated content, including blogs and home videos, with the aim of creating a public service version of MySpace.com."
Than in March 2007 USA Today revamped their webpage and gave its users the option to scan other news sources, recommend and comment on stories, write reviews, contribute photos and better communicate with USA TODAY staff.
At the end of last month CNN also decided to join the Web 2.0 by offering breaking news video free of charge. The newly redesigned CNN site also offered more video content, recommendation and comment options and
" 'From the Blogs' feature, which aggregates comments from blogs".