July 15th, 2012
02:11 PM ET

Media Monitor- July 15

Another case of plagiarism by an intern, stories with fake bylines are published by numerous national newspapers and Howard gives a fictional seal of approval to HBO's fictional newscast.

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  5. Bob

    Why is plagiarism so popular today? Amount of accusations are in the Internet nowadays. Plagiarism in politics, in music, in movies, in books – everywhere. It isn't hard to check text for plagiarism (via plagiarism checker Plagtracker.com, for instance), but it is much more difficult to check people's works.

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  6. Scott

    Howard, why would you want to be mentioned in the same breath as Media Matters and Think Progress? And for that matter, who would want a seal of approval from such a hate-mongering partisan hack as Aaron Sorkin?

    July 16, 2012 at 10:57 pm | Reply

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