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PostSubject: Making Corrections   Wed Aug 08, 2007 5:18 pm

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Despite the volume of corrections that Silverman analyzes, he notes that "corrections themselves differ from one publication to the next because there is no universal standard. For example, everyone is aware of the need for an expression of regret or apology at the end of each correction, but how this is actually printed is left to the respective publication." Some publications always state the incorrect information within the correction, he notes, "while others simply note the fix. Some place corrections within the section where the error occurred; others put them in the same place every day. If a correction was delayed, some publications will note why; others just run a normal correction. This lack of consistency can make the process seem haphazard."

This story, posted in Media Ethics Magazine, breaks down not only what errors are made, but what kind in what frequencies and how to fix them to the best effect. Highly suggested reading!
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