"They do have large audiences, and people may mistake this information as legitimate news."
News - Short items of 'legitimate' news such as national and state politics, including the next day's weather forecast.
"It was legitimate reporting and legitimate news," he said.
Well, it's legitimate news, and even if it makes us look a little foolish, I see no reason to suppress it.
At what point does a celebrity profile cross the line from legitimate news to sheer self-promotion?
An article detailing what Dean's opponents perceive to be his weaknesses is legitimate news.
There is no legitimate news when things routinely work well.
But this was actually legitimate front-page news in 1989, because homeless advocates didn't like to talk about such things with reporters.
While people wait, they're getting legitimate news from CNN.
At mainstream publications, what is considered legitimate news has expanded in recent years.