Futurecast
Yes, we know that news organizations write about events before they happen. Usually though they don’t publish them beforehand.
Image: Screenshot, the Associated Press publishes their Vice Presidential debate roundup almost two hours before it takes place.

Futurecast

Yes, we know that news organizations write about events before they happen. Usually though they don’t publish them beforehand.

Image: Screenshot, the Associated Press publishes their Vice Presidential debate roundup almost two hours before it takes place.

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    AP did this last week, too. They wrote a short post-debate piece before the debate to let newspapers make their...
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