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Gannett-owned The Cincinnati Enquirer unintentionally publshed a photo that carried the F-word, Jim Romenesko blogged April 17.

According to Romenesko, the newspaper caught the profanity and “presses were stopped,” but some of issues did get distributed.

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The newspaper’s editor Carolyn Washburn explained  that the photo with the F-word made it to “several thousand homes,” and she is looking into “why it was not caught sooner.”

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