Henry Fuhrmann

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Celebrating the Currency of a Great Newspaper Headline - Posted April 22, 2013
If you click the Web version of a February 17, 2012 LA Times article by Devorah Lauter, the headline reads:"France's Former Currency is Devalued to Zilch." Not bad; and, as assistant managing editor for LAT copy desks ... [FishbowlLA]

New Yorker Bungles Its 'Correction of the Week' - Posted March 5, 2013
This particular LA Times correction was published in June of 2010. It was admittedly a pretty funny one, involving the accidental swap of the word "antidote" for "anecdote" in a freelance Health section piece by Alene Dawso... [GalleyCat]

New Yorker Bungles Its 'Correction of the Week' - Posted March 5, 2013
This particular LA Times correction was published in June of 2010. It was admittedly a pretty funny one, involving the accidental swap of the word "antidote" for "anecdote" in a freelance Health section piece by Alene Dawso... [FishbowlLA]

It's All Dutch... Errr... Danish to the LA Times - Posted March 14, 2012
Yesterday, the LA Times ran a small, rather mundane correction on its op-ed page. Free speech: A March 9 Op-Ed about the erosion of free-speech protections referred to a controversy over 2005 cartoons that satirized the prophet Muhammad. Those cartoons were Danish, not Dutch. Not a... [FishbowlLA]

Which to Use: 'Latino' or 'Hispanic'? - Posted August 8, 2011
The Los Angeles Times has published a memo from its assistant managing editor Henry Fuhrmann explaining the newspaper's preferred use of the term "Latino" over "Hispanic," saying the term is "in keepi... [PRNewser]

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