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    sanderssam commented  · 

    More and more stories are being broken on shakier and shakier evidence. The "Sources report" introduction to a story is the journalistic equivalent of a "Beta" label on a computer program. But it's not taken as such; it's taken as gospel. There needs to be a well-marketed counter, that doesn't lag ridiculously behind the news world, but has fully researched and is confident of its conclusions. Confirmation with greater analysis has to have a market over a one-line story reporting something that can be couched into a stickier headline.

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