People interviewed for this study either by phone or email:

  • Matt DeRienzo, Digital First Media
  • Kathy English, Toronto Star
  • Angie Holan, PolitiFact
  • Mathew Ingram, Gigaom
  • Joy Mayer, The Columbia Missourian
  • Martin Moore, Media Standards Trust
  • Kara Swisher, Re/Code
  • Maggie Walter, The Columbia Missourian
  • Rob Wijnberg, De Correspondent
  • Amanda Zamora, ProPublica

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