I recall a discussion regarding the evaluation of occupations of people
mentioned in the Panama Papers. I think this was discussed (critically)
in Le Monde or Le Monde online.
And there is the Academy Award page by FAZ online:
On 02.03.2017 21:56, Aidan Hogan wrote:
Is there a list somewhere of instances where the "mainstream" media has
used Wikidata as a source?
I found two thus far:
 BuzzFeed checking if 2016 really was a bad year (relatively
speaking) in terms of celebrity deaths.
 Le monde checking if 27 is really a dangerous year for artists to be
Pointers to further instances of Wikidata being used as a source in
mainstream media (or indeed in very prominent applications) would be
P.S., I also found a link to a Wiki page with lists of press coverage,
but unfortunately it hasn't been updated in recent years . There I
found some articles about Histopedia, etc., in the Guardian.
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