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I switched over to the WSJ subscription to escape the political lopsidedness I was getting from the New York Times. However, the WSJ subscription needs better editing. After listening for a few months now, I've lost count on how many times a headline is read out in both the "News you should know" & "Tech News You Should Know" section. Why would you read out the same headline twice? Isn't that redundant?<br/><br/>Worse though is when they read the headline of an article, but then that article is never even covered in the issue. A few weeks back they had this happen with a Pokemon Go! story; It was listed as a "News you should know" at the beginning of the issue, but they never covered the actual story. What good is the "News I SHOULD Know" if you're just going to give me the catchy headline to the article without the substance? This is just one example, but I notice it happens at LEAST once a week on average.<br/><br/>In short: I appreciate the less-political nature of the WSJ vs the NYT, but the quality control on the WSJ needs help. As a political moderate that doesn't fit the template of the Democrat or Republican POV, I really wish I had a better option to choose from instead of the incredibly left-leaning New York Times and the slightly right-leaning, but not as high quality WSJ subscriptions.
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