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Her response to news that the obituary had been stolen exacerbated matters; she asked the blogger from whom her staff writer lifted the obituary to send her “some information about John Chase…his significant role to West Hollywood, his character and any contributions to the city?”
PATCH issued an apology for its plagiarism, but only after the editor asked the blogger whose copy was stolen to supply her more material to help the thief out by supplying additional info.
As Pandora Young at FishbowlLA.com put it, “Wow. The editor actually asked a writer her employee had just stolen from to do more of their work for them. No apology. No promise to correct or remove the stolen material. And apparently, no shame.”
Ms. Rodriguez went into television journalism after her brief stint at AOL Patch.
According to her biography on the Beverly Hills AOL Patch site, where she still apparently holds the editor’s position, Ms. Cunningham graduated with a M.A. in journalism in 2009.
Brantley Watson is an associate local editor with AOL Patch, where he contributes to the sites in Malibu, Sherman Oaks, South Pasadena, Altadena, Brentwood and others.
AOL Patch had advertised for an editor for the West Hollywood site for months after Ms. Jacoby’s sudden departure, but pulled down the job notice last month.
AOL Patch has been under fire both locally and across the country for editorial lapses, a failure to attract readers and inability to secure advertisers.
Ad Age writes, “In an interview after the earnings call, Mr. Armstrong expanded on these thoughts, saying that the new Patch, to be unveiled later this year, ‘is really about unlocking the vitality in towns...groups, commerce, and the social aspects of towns for a much deeper, richer engagement level.’”
After offering to buy majority control of WeHo News early this year, a new West Hollywood resident from the east coast, Henry Scott, chose instead to begin his own competing news web site, called WEHOville.com.
Promising to publish "The best, and only truly local and professional (emphases ours), website devoted to covering California's most creative, progressive and entertaining community," Mr. Scott has hired a team of outsiders to report on the city.
He apparently overlooked the fact that WeHo News has been, for all of its seven years, a purely West Hollywood community venture, with virtually all its contributors living or working in WeHo, owned an pperated by a professional writer with a 13 year history of covering West Hollywood.