At first glance, it could have been mistaken for a joke. In an irony-drenched tweet,…
At "the highest quality kind of magazine," thanks.
The practice is "not intended to increase candor.”
Another writer says novel's release shows "ruthless, bullying side of publishing."
The practice "puts so much control...in the wrong place," Jill Abramson says.
"even the best reporters will get at least the small things wrong."
Played ball with president in more ways than one.
And they eavesdrop on reporters' conversations with people at rallies.
It started as a way for reporters to get high-level sources on the record.
"We cannot be intimidated into letting the government control our work," McClatchy honcho tells reporters.
He calls it a "Faustian bargain."
Politico editor: Minor changes aren't a concern.
Karen Tumulty and Jack Shafer discuss the issue.
That means the AP has a stricter policy than The New York Times.
Bloomberg, The Washington Post, Vanity Fair, Reuters and The New York Times have all agreed…