I have started a discussion about what I consider to be an incomplete and misleading paragraph in the NBC News article about the Harvey Weinstein investigation: Talk:NBC_News#Correct_misleading_paragraph
I'm an experienced Wikipedia editor but as a paid consultant to NBC News, I am seeking an independent review of my proposed changes, as per WP: COI.
If you happen to have the time/interest to help out, I'd very much appreciate it.
Another NBC News issue
Thanks for weighing in on the Weinstein issue at NBC News. If you happen to have time, there is a current discussion of how to handle Matt Lauer firing on the NBC News page: Talk:NBC_News#Expanded_info_on_Matt_Lauer and importantly, on the article about the president of NBC News, Noah Oppenheim, where I think it's been mishandled as unbalanced criticism instead of a neutral statement. Talk:Noah_Oppenheim#Lauer_content
- Hi, BC1278. Thanks for letting me know. I will take a look at those articles shortly. Tfkalk (talk) 21:40, 15 February 2018 (UTC)
Help reviewing proposed edits?
I am writing again because of you're a member of the Journalism project. I was a journalist for 25 years so it's a topic that interests mea great deal. Anyway, I have a conflict of interest with respect to the article about the journalist Jonathan Swan as a paid consultant to his current publisher, Axios. I think the article can be massively improved and I've made a series of proposed changes here: Talk:Jonathan_Swan#Request_Edits. If you could take a look, it would be much appreciated. I don't make edits directly on the article because of the WP: COI policy. But I am an experienced Wikipedia editor and try my best to abide by the five pillars. Thanks! Ed BC1278 (talk) 19:27, 1 January 2019 (UTC)BC1278