Question of the day

Mar 31, 2016

Our last question asked: According to Digiday, the Times of London is swearing off what? Breaking news. No, we're not joking.

Congratulations to Sarah-Ann Soffer of IHG for being the very first to get that right (and for adding "the times, the times! #ShakespearePuns")! Honorable mentions go out to these amazing individuals for also answering correctly: Craig Pittman (who was equally gobsmacked), Charlotte LoBuono (who reacts "What? When news breaks, The Times of London won't fix it?"), Carrie GrayMark Gibbs (who puts it this way: "The breaking news is that they're swearing off breaking news"), Rachel RohKen Walker (who adds this very warranted gif to convey his reaction), Eve Byron (who theorizes "Bet that's killing some of its journos"), Michele MillerTemple Williams (who describes it "No more squeals will be heard as Times of London puts brakes on breaking news"), Debkrol (who wonders "what, no more Fergie stories?"), Lizzy Shaw (who asks if they're "leaving it up to Twitter?") and Ron Casalotti (who points out that "their paywall keeps people from getting that from them anyway").

As for today's question, here it is: A Missouri state "hero" lawmaker is using a resolution to get colleagues to stop making what mistake?

Click here to submit your answers to @MuckRack. IMPORTANT: If you choose not to click that link, please include the word "answer" in your tweet so we can find it (the link will automatically do so for you)! 

... We’ll announce the winners in the next Daily!

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