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How Bing labels news articles
To distinguish analysis, opinion, and other types of content from traditional news reporting, Bing News labels articles whenever possible. Labels are provided by publishers as outlined by the The Trust Project, or by Bing based on a scan of the article.
We use the following labels:
Analysis: Based on factual reporting, though it may incorporate the expertise of the author and offer interpretations and conclusions
Backgrounder: Provides context, definition, and detail on a news topic
Fact check: Checks a specific statement or set of statements asserted as fact
Live update: Receives continuous updates while an event is developing
Local source: Publisher is based at or near the location of the story
Most cited: Article being linked to the most within a collection of news articles
Opinion: Advocates for ideas and draws conclusions based on the author's interpretation of facts and data
Review: An assessment or critique of a service, product, or creative endeavor
Satire: Humorous/satirical article not intended to be understood as factual
Publishers can report incorrect or missing labels on Bing News PubHub.
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