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Early in , John Temple was excited about the th anniversary of his newspaper. The publisher, president and editor of the Rocky Mountain News wanted to produce a special section to commemorate the event in April of But was a maelstrom for newspapers, and a tipping point in American media. Hard to believe. The shuttering of the Rocky Mountain News stunned the industry, sending shockwaves to newspapers across the country.
Journalists hate fake news, right? And they hate it when they're accused of being fake news. So why would a newspaper put its most valuable asset, its credibility, at risk by publishing fake news advertisements that look almost exactly like news? And then not answer questions about it? Don't ask ColoradoPolitics, a political news site owned by conservative billionaire Phil Anschutz, because that's what it did this week, as first reported by Corey Hutchins, writing for the left-leaning Colorado Independent.