From Radar: "for Gawker writers, a million pageviews a month to an individual writer's blog posts will now net that writer $5000. Just back in January, a million pageviews would have gotten a writer $7,500. The reduced pageview rate means that writers must do more—or, of course, more popular!—work to even receive the same rate of pay."
$5 cpm's down from $7.50 at the beginning of the year?
As Jason Calacanis points out, that still ain't bad ... but the pressure is on.
Interesting insight into the way Gawker pays its writers, though.