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The Terrible Journalism Thread

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2 minutes ago, LiviLion said:

There are a million things that could have happened and a million variables. No one cares about your guesses about posts.

Also I saw that reply too ...honest no guesswork was involved 

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You've got to hope some lazy hack got their arse skelped for that.

Is it common for news sources to plagiarise club news feeds and the like?

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8 minutes ago, BigFatTabbyDave said:

You've got to hope some lazy hack got their arse skelped for that.

Is it common for news sources to plagiarise club news feeds and the like?

I've never seen it happen before when I read it I was proper deja vuni had to go check. I'd imagine someone needs a talking to but no-one influential will see it. BBC Scotland seems like an old boys club anyway

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You've got to hope some lazy hack got their arse skelped for that.
Is it common for news sources to plagiarise club news feeds and the like?


The Sky Sports and BBC reports from lower league games are often cut and paste jobs from the news agencies (hence you often see scorers misnamed in multiple sources). It’s the source of some consternation among freelancers who supply work for the agencies. I’m not even quite sure how they are able to get away with it, other than the writer has already been paid.

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Rangers went top after beating Hearts according to the BBC national news last night. (News channel)

 

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6 hours ago, Suspect Device said:

Rangers went top after beating Hearts according to the BBC national news last night. (News channel)

 

Are you Sevco in disguise, hope to f**k we don't ever get that sung at us.

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Keith Jackson has a cunning plan for Celtic's striker situation, 36 year old overpaid Jermain Defoe!  When has signing a 30-something over the hill ex-England international striker ever gone badly for Celtic...

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/celtic-should-go-jermain-defoe-13743040

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9 hours ago, Suspect Device said:

Rangers went top after beating Hearts according to the BBC national news last night. (News channel)

 

Hearts are so shit these days, they're even losing games they're not even playing in.

Spoiler

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