Yesterday the Courier-Journal’s John Mura told us to remove one of thousands of header images we use on Page One, The ‘Ville Voice and other sites because it included the front of a newspaper distribution box on a public sidewalk taken from a public street.
According to Mura, “folks could get confused about whose opinions are being offered.” Which makes tons of sense. Because these websites only offer opinion and never indisputable facts. And because no other photos of newspapers, publications, outlets and such appear on these sites, right? Right.
So, I’ve gotta know… will LEO Weekly demand that images like the one below be removed from our websites?
LEO HEADER IMAGE
Because it’s not obvious these sites have nothing to do with LEO, right?
Doesn’t LEO care about anything? Why won’t those folks demand we remove all images, forever?
You better get cracking, Stephen George, because these sites are clearly confusing readers.