If you read the sports story on page 11 of the hard copy of today''s Jerusalem Post, as well as the online web edition story, as well as the rest of the world''s media, you''ll know that the Israel team, well, the Israel-Jewish team, won its first game at the World Baseball Classic qualifiers.

The score was 7-3.

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But the caption on page one of the newspaper reads 7-4.

Mistakes happen.

The New York Times'' has its page two Corrections column, daily.  With loads of typos, mis-identifications and other errors.  Readers are invited to be in contact: "The Times welcomes comments and suggestions, or complaints about errors that warrant correction. Messages on news coverage can be e-mailed to...".  And the Washington Post site you can use an online form - "Please alert us to factual errors or any other tips to help improve future coverage".  At the LA Times, it''s called ''For the Record''.

Media responsibility to its consumers.


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