March 16, 2010

MediaShift
In the “old days,” why could we could lift from other sources without offering attribution? asks Dorian Benkoil, a Poynter Online contributor. “I remember when a librarian at ABC News taught us how to use news databases to find stories from local media that could serve as grist for our mill.”

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