3 February 2013 10:20 PM, PST | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

There is a very short list of reporters online who consistently and correctly scoop information that is supposed to be secret.  I'm not talking about breaking a casting story because the studio sent you the press release ten minutes early, and I'm not talking about the shell game that gets played with information at the trades.  I'm talking about genuinely revealing something that someone else does not want revealed at all.  It is a skill set that very few outlets seem to value or cultivate. Then you've got Latino Review and El Mayimbe, who evidently subsists entirely on a liquid diet »

- Drew McWeeny

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