Along with being open and responsive, it’s important that a true digital first news organization is also always learning and adapting. During our chat, I mentioned that the paper should have an online corrections page that communicates its policy and lists recent corrections. Within a few hours, DeRienzo announced on Twitter that they had launched it.

Correction of the Week

“Bell councilman: In the Oct. 13 Section A, a profile of Lorenzo Velez, the only Bell City Council member not charged with a crime, described Bell as ‘a city dominated by blue-color Mexican immigrants like himself.’ It should have said ‘blue-collar.’” - Los Angeles Times

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Craig Silverman is the editor of and the author of Regret The Error: How Media Mistakes Pollute the Press and Imperil Free Speech. He is also the editorial director of and a columnist for the Toronto Star.