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A Colorado Newspaper Stole Stories From Its Competition For Years And Credited Them To The AP And Everyone Gets Real Indignant. What’s The Big Deal – As If When It Comes To Credits The Media Is Holier Than Thou
Philip Stone February 28, 2007
As editorial scams go, this one was right up there. The Greeley Tribune in Colorado for years had been stealing, uh, picking up, stories from other Colorado newspapers and crediting them to the Associated Press. Apparently it had been going on for several years before a competitor noticed and complained. The Tribune has apologized and said it won’t happen again. available for restricted access.
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