Wikipedia:Press coverage

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The current page is at Wikipedia:Press coverage 2019.

This set of pages lists press coverage of Wikipedia that mentions or discusses Wikipedia as a project – that is, any aspect of Wikipedia overall, such as its structure, success, information, goals, history, or views on Wikipedia in general, and so on.

Press sources that reference content of a particular Wikipedia article but do not discuss the project itself should be noted on the talk page of the referenced Wikipedia article using the template {{Press}}. Great quotes from articles that enhance the reputation of Wikipedia should be included in our Trophy box.

Note: If there are errors in a news article, then please post the matter to the Wikimedia Communications Committee's talk page. This way, the Wikimedia Foundation can send an official letter to the editor, or request for a correction.

Searching for discussion of Wikipedia online[edit]

The easiest way to search is to subscribe to a realtime Google Alert for "Wikipedia."

Alternatively perform a search for "Wikipedia" on -

How to add entries to the page[edit]

The current page is at Wikipedia:Press coverage 2019.

If you add an article, cite both the title and the source. Note that if you're listing an article from a traditional press wire service that ran in your local newspaper, it may not have the same title everywhere; be cautious about duplicates.

Add your entry to the end of the page, using Template:Cite news. The template, with the most commonly used parameters, is:

  • {{cite news |first= |last= |authorlink= |coauthors= |title= |url= https://example.com/ |work= |publisher= Example News |date= |accessdate=2019-11-18 }}
  • : "Relevant/representative quote here."

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