This exhaustive post-mortem on how the New York Times came to run Alessandra Stanley’s error-riddled appreciation of Walter Cronkite includes this tantalizing titbit:
Until the Cronkite errors, she was not even in the top 20 among reporters and editors most responsible for corrections this year. Now, she has jumped to No. 4 and will again get special editing attention.
The Times keeps a Hit Parade of Most Corrected Writers? Cool. Who’s Number One? And has anyone ever gone platinum?