Online Journalism Blog: Reasons not to ignore comments #2: The Daily Mail and Julie Moult

Paul Bradshaw puts the Julie Moult story into context: "The Bloggerheads blogger (’Manic’), frustrated by [the Daily Mail story's] inaccuracies, posted a comment on the story correcting it. Because that’s what comments are for, right? Apparently not. The comment was not published. So Manic took things up a notch."

One thought on “Online Journalism Blog: Reasons not to ignore comments #2: The Daily Mail and Julie Moult

  1. I think that what ever you write which is good for society .
    That is Journalism and no matter through which via-media you are expressing your thoughts.
    Whether it is online or any other media

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