Breitbart was working on big new project when he died

Andrew Breitbart was deeply engaged on a mystery project that would mark "a transition into a different kind of journalism," his chief deputy tells the LA Weekly. "This has been Andrew's obsession," says Joel Pollack. "He was working incredibly hard." The project will be rolled out on the Breitbart websites "over the next few days," says the story.

Earlier today:
Andrew Breitbart, conservative LA web publisher dies at 43

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