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WSJ Journalists Ask Publisher for Clearer Distinction Between News and Opinion Content
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WSJ Journalists Ask Publisher for Clearer Distinction Between News and Opinion Content

Published: July 21, 2020  |  , 91 words
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Skip to Main ContentSkip to SearchByA group of journalists at The Wall Street Journal and other Dow Jones staffers sent a letter on Tuesday to the paper’s new publisher, Almar Latour, calling for a clearer differentiation between news and opinion content online, citing concerns about the Opinion section’s accuracy and transparency. The letter, signed by more than 280 reporters, editors and other employees says, “Opinion’s lack of fact-checking and transparency, and its apparent disregard for evidence, undermine our readers’ trust and our ability to gain credibility...To Read the Full... READ MORE
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