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Did The Press Over React To Plagiarism Accusations?

Great stuff from Libsyn's Rob Walch and Elsie Escobar in the latest episode of The Feed. Of course Rob and Elsie address the Plagiarism stories that made headlines.

Is Podcasting Getting A Black Eye From Plagiarism?

In recent weeks two stories of podcasters accused of using content without giving proper credit have made national news. Is this bad news for the industry? Can we expect to see more of these stories with more podcasts being closely scrutinized?

More Plagiarism Accusations Surface

In a series of tweets, National Slate editor Josh Levin has accused The Dollop hosts Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds of not attributing a 2013 article he wrote for Slate called Welfare Queen. Tomorrow in our headlines, The PBJ Editorial Board addresses the latest Plagiarism stories. Here are the details on Levin's claim.

Crime Junkie Hosts Accused of Plagiarism

Ashley Flowers and Brit, hosts of the popular True Crime series, Crime Junkie are being accused of Plagiarism by a reporter at The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.

Podcasting’s Crystal Ball – Emily Prokop

Emily Prokop is the founder of E Podcast Productions, an expert podcast editor, the host of Work Your Podcast and the author of the book The Story Behind. She's one of the most positive people to be around in the industry and today she's part of our Crystal Ball series.

Newspaper Ready To Fight Crime Junkie Hosts

The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette is not happy with Ashley Flowers and her team at The Crime Junkie podcast. On Thursday, attorneys for the newspaper sent a cease-and-desist letter to Flowers regarding the episode of Crime Junkie called "Caught in The Web."

Journalist Somewhat Satisfied With Crime Junkies

We've been following the plagiarism accusations against Crime Junkie hosts Ashley Flowers and Brit Prawat since they broke last week. Here's the latest.

Ashley Flowers Responds

On Thursday, we reported that Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reporter Cathy Frye accused Crime Junkie hosts Ashley Flowers and Brit Prawat of stealing material from a series she wrote called Caught in the Web. Flowers has responded.