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Morning News Gives Short Shrift to Dallas Women’s March

The editor defends his paper's work.
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Over the weekend, Mike Wilson, the editor of the Dallas Morning News, took to Twitter to defend his paper’s coverage of the march in Dallas. As Bradford Pearson, a former D staffer and a current editor at Southwest: The Magazine, had pointed out: “Largest march in Dallas in decades. Morning News gives it 300 words, two interviews, and a bunch of embedded tweets.” Seemed to me at the time that Brad was on to something. Then, this morning, I got to see for the first time how the paper handled the march in print, and I realized that Brad had no idea exactly how right he was. What you see here is Sunday’s front page. The story is datelined Washington and illustrated with a Getty image of the Capitol. A strange choice for the Dallas Morning News

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