Falsely tweeting about the death of Steve Jobs is a very bad way to build news-gathering credibility. And not going into full damage control mode after said death tweet will get your show axed. Over the weekend, The Hollywood Reporter noted that CBS News had quietly killed off its partnership with Shira Lazar's online show What's Trending for the Steve Jobs death tweet that rippled through the news ecosystem on Friday. It wasn't until Monday morning that most people started noticing that the site had disappeared.

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