Wikipedia:Wikipedia as a press source 2014

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Wikipedia is increasingly being used as a source in the world press. Articles citing Wikipedia have been published in over two dozen countries including:

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  • If the article is about Wikipedia itself, please add it to Wikipedia:Press coverage, rather than here.
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  • Place a notice on the article's talk page about the press reference. See below for instructions.
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Formatting[edit]

  • Lastname, Firstname. "Name of article."(If necessary, brief context here) Name of Source. [Month] [Day], 2010. link
    "Relevant/representative quotation here." (Please wikify the articles that were referenced)

Alternately, you may use Template:Cite news. The template, with the most commonly used parameters, is:

  • {{cite news |first= |last= |authorlink= |coauthors= |title= |url= |work= |publisher= |date= |accessdate=2018-05-26 }}
    "Relevant/representative quote here."

Articles[edit]

January 2014[edit]

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April 2014[edit]

"The Wikipedia entry of Senator Paolo Benigno “Bam” Aquino IV has been defaced, depicting him as one of the teenage mutant ninja turtles."

May 2014[edit]

June 2014[edit]

  • "Editorial: Larsen is truly a tough act to follow". Concord Monitor. June 6, 2014. Retrieved 2014-06-09. 
    "There isn’t much to state Sen. Sylvia Larsen’s Wikipedia page. In fact, the entry is only two sentences long. It reads: 'Sylvia Larsen is a Democratic member of the New Hampshire Senate, representing the 15th District since 1994. From 2006 through 2010, when Democrats regained control of the chamber, Larsen served as Senate President.' Wikipedia is good for a lot of things, but it doesn’t do a very good job of putting Larsen’s 20 years of service to her district... and the state of New Hampshire in perspective."
  • 张津铭 (June 17, 2014). "林肯后最伟大美国人!进球功臣维基页面被黑". China Radio International. Retrieved 2014-06-23. 
  • Terry Gross (June 9, 2014). "Invisible 'Supermensch' Avoided The Spotlight While Making Others Famous". NPR. Retrieved 2014-06-23. 
    • At 41:07, Terry Gross and Shep Gordon's conversation goes like this:
      • Gross: "Now, some managers are famous, and I'm thinking about Ari Emanuel and Entourage, the show that's kind of loosely based on him, I'm sure you would have had that opportunity if you wanted it, to be a name like that... You know, you are so not famous outside of that world; you don't have a Wikipedia entry! In fact -"
      • Gordon: "I know!" (laughs)
      • Gross: "when I found out... wait, really, when I found out you didn't have a Wikipedia entry, my first reaction was, 'Oh no! The film is actually a mockumentary and not a real documentary; the whole thing is made up!' And then..."

July 2014[edit]

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October 2014[edit]

Swedish: Melodin är den samma som den brittiska nationalsången God Save the Queen, som började sjungas offentligt 1745. Det är oklart vem som gjort urpsrungsmelodin, enligt Wikipedia. English: The melody is the same as the British national anthem God Save the Queen, which began to be sung in public in 1745. It is unclear who made the original melody, according to Wikipedia.
  • "Holy Grail News: Nanteos Cup". Fortean Times (319). October 2014. p. 20. 

December 2014[edit]