It’s good to know that our monitoring of the social networks pays off sometimes.
Inner Workings of the BDC
UPDATED with information from the original submitter — I posted what turned out to be an apparent hoax photo to our Facebook page yesterday. Unfortunately, it was a viral hit.
Ken Tingley, editor of the Post-Star in Glens Falls, N.Y., explained in a column on Jan. 14 his newspaper’s policy for posting content online. Each and every day, the Post-Star keeps two stories offline and runs them only in the print edition.
A reader recently wrote in asking why the Chronicle allows anonymous or pseudonymous comments on its website while requiring that letter writers verify their names and addresses before their letters are printed.
Some of the fans of the Chronicle Police Reports page on Facebook have noticed that the blotter items posted there are not posted on the same day they appear in the paper or online. In fact, some of them appear on Facebook several weeks after they first appeared in print.
Yep. That just happened. Sorry about that one, folks. Explanation