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June 27 2011

04:47

New York Times' integrated newsroom - standards "to survive" in the digital age

New York Times :: When Earl Wilson queried Jill Abramson about online content, which just disappears, she affirmed that The New York Times’s standards for publishing corrections are as strict online as in print. “Our policy, when an error occurs in an earlier version of a story, is to acknowledge it, so the notion that we are covering up or hiding our errors is wrong,” she wrote in an e-mail. “Indeed, in the online world, the chances of a serious error in The Times going unnoticed or uncorrected are pretty slim.

[Earl Wilson:] Enforcing and publishing a clear set of standards would go a long way toward ensuring that time-tested news values survive in the digital age.

The NYT integrated newsroom - continue to read Earl Wilson, www.nytimes.com

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