You’d think that fat-shaming wouldn’t make it into such illustrious publications as the Post: Read More
Today’s as good as any for making it right. News Corp. stopped paying their phone hacking private eye’s legal fees, and The Huffington Post has reinstated the “over-aggregator” Amy Lee, reports Romenesko.
Ms. Lee was “suspended indefinitely” by editor Peter Goodman following a dust-up with AdAge’s Simon Dumenco, whose reporting she had summarized. Many pointed out that that’s what she’d been trained to do, and even Mr. Dumenco original complaint suggested the HuffPost’s ethics should be addressed from the top down. Anything else tends to look like a cover-up. They listened! Read More
The Guardian has issued a lengthy list of corrections for two stories it published on October 8 and November 15. Among the highlights The Guardian apologized for calling The Daily Beast’s traffic “tiny” and saying it had “no apparent business plan.”
Seems like someone at the Guardian was either off their Read More