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What was truly significant in media this year? Was it a development in journalism, or corporate moves, technological advances, social media or something else? What insight might we place into a personal time capsule? Here we go:
Fake bylines now have been found on stories at four news organizations, according to the Chicago Tribune, an investor in Journatic and a client. Journatic used fake bylines in stories for the Tribune and the Chicago Sun-Times, and at Hearst’s Houston Chronicle and San Francisco Chronicle
Because now anybody can publish, and anybody turns out to really mean “anybody.” That includes teams, leagues, athletic organizations, agents and athletes themselves – all those who used to speak through sportswriters. As a result, the rules of the game are swiftly being rewritten