NBC News has ousted a politics reporter after uncovering evidence of plagiarism in at least 11 of her articles.
NBC News disclosed the incident in a note to its readers on Monday, revealing it had determined the 11 articles in question “did not meet our standards for original material” and “contained passages from other news organizations that were used without attribution.”
The note to readers did not name the reporter. But a source within the outlet told The Post that the reporter was Teaganne Finn, who joined NBC News last June to cover politics after a stint at Bloomberg.
The source confirmed that Finn is no longer with NBC News, though it’s unclear if she was fired or resigned.
Finn did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The source at NBC News said editors first noticed an unattributed passage in one article with Finn’s byline during what was described as a routine editing process. The outlet found more examples of plagiarism after a more thorough review.