The Faux Report is an internationally-read online newspaper from Northern California. The Faux Report has won website of the week four weeks in a row on two school websites, and has been named for first place in a contest by The Washingtub Post. The Faux Report is completely Unencumbered by the Truth, making it one of the more accurate newspapers on the planet. You can contact The Faux Report using the contact page or by using one of the emails below.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I contact The Faux Report?
Press Contact: email@example.com
Can I submit articles or ideas to The Faux Report?
Yes, you can. If you’ve already written an article, you can email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’ve got an idea for an article or a headline, you can use the form on our news tip page. Please remember that you may not receive any compensation for your work. You will be credited if you submit an article.
What if I have feedback on an article?
Please send all concerns to email@example.com.
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The Onion The Faux Report. How do I do that?
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What if I want to sue The Faux Report?
Please do not do that. The First Amendment protects satire as a form of free speech and expression. We use invented names in all of our stories, except in cases where public figures are being satirized. Any other use of real names is accidental and coincidental.