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    I really like where this story is going. But we need to explain our sources. The average reader won’t know what'”Poynter” refers to. Its full reference should be “the Poynter Institute for Media Studies, a nonprofit organization that teaches journalistic ethics and practices, based in St. Petersburg, Fla.”
    Same with “Wisconsin.” The proper name is “the University of Wisconsin-Madison,” the same as you’d say with “the University of California-Berkeley.”
    Precision is the art of our business.

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    Can you add a brief paragraph about where this is from? E.g. “Wikitribune interviewed some of the world’s leading fact-checking organisations. Here’s a summary of their best tips.” Or something like that

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