http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/486354.cms Now, Nasdaq live from Bangalore CHIDANAND RAJGHATTA WASHINGTON: Reporting on the outsourcing issue may never be the same again. The news agency Reuters has announced that it will be hiring six reporters in Bangalore. No news here except the reporters sitting in Bangalore will be covering American companies and financial markets. The announcement has caused a stir in the news world. It's one thing to have India answer Britrail phone calls and troubleshoot for Dell, but what happens when journalists who report on the subject feel their own jobs are threatened? "And here I'd been telling people so lightheartedly, 'Well, at least they can't outsource my job.' Stupid me," says Aliza Earnshaw, a reporter with the Portland Business Journal, who thinks moving to India may now be an option. International media organisations such as Reuters and Associated Press routinely transfer employees across the world. Bureaux are often a mix of local and trans-national employees.