There must be ghosts running around in the Star-Advertiser press room on this fine Halloween.
What other explanation could there be for the colossal blooper in the top teaser planted above the fold right smack in the middle of the front page of today’s print edition of the S-A? To be accurate, the header is at least above the fold.
The headline has it completely reversed, since it refers to the massively pro-rail Pacific Resource Partnership, now well on its way to spending close to $4 million to defeat Cayetano’s anti-rail campaign.
Did I mention that this was right in the middle of the front page? This gives you a better idea of its placement.
How utterly depressing this must be for the staff who work hard every day to get the news into our hands. I wonder what sort of correction there will be tomorrow?
By the way, the Star-Advertiser is offering free access to its full online edition this week, so don’t be shy about checking it out.