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Poynting Down the Road

I think in three-five years, we will have more fully developed language to describe different types of aggregation, and that language will lead to a better relationship between aggregators and their sources, as well as more transparency for the audience. But until then we will keep muddling through.

Kelly McBride, Senior Faculty, Ethics, Reporting and Writing at Poynter.org, on the ethics of aggregation. Poynter raised some eyebrows last month when it called out Jim Romenesko — the news aggregator and columnist who wrote there for 12 years — for not using quotation marks when summarizing articles, prompting his resignation just months before his retirement.


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About Voices

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