From Cleveland To Boston, Newsrooms Revisit Old Stories To Offer A ‘Fresh Start’

Chris Quinn, editor of and the Cleveland Plain Dealer, is at the forefront of a crop of news editors taking a hard look at the implications of how they have defined news.

The Boston Globe has begun letting people ask to revisit or remove past coverage of their actions that has since damaged their reputations. Here’s how a similar effort has played out in Cleveland.

(Image credit: David Petkiewicz/Dave Petkiewicz/ and The Plain Dealer)