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NPR.org To More Clearly Label Opinion Pieces

Starting next week, NPR will offer more visual clues to distinguish opinion writing.
A mock-up of the NPR.org homepage shows the proposed blue "Opinion" label more prominently displayed next to commentary and opinion pieces. Source: NPR

NPR is changing the way it labels opinion content online next week. Readers of npr.org will be well served by this move, which will more clearly distinguish news content from pieces that express personal opinions or take sides on an issue.

Starting July 25, online content that is currently labeled as "Commentary" — including blog and the NPR Ombudsman column — will instead be called "Opinion," highlighted in bright blue. Book, movie and television reviews will also get a new blue "Review" label.

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