02-01-2013 09:30 AM
It was shown that because of creative editing by certain networks, that the father of a Newtown shooting victim was not heckled. You chose to make it a headline story when it was originally reported, but have neglected to show that it was false.
If you choose to report all the news, and also choose to do it fairly and without bias, then you should also show that he was not heckled, and do it in a headline to match your original.
That is only the fair and responsible thing to do if you show news on your website.
02-01-2013 09:34 AM
Add to that list
The New York Times
Comcast doesn't write the blurb. Someone else does and that story was provided by AP. It has been mentioned several times in the forum that Comcast is not allowed to change what is given to them-something to do with being contractually bound to provide it as is.
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