if you look on the majority of news websites you’ll see exactly the same thing.
maarten said:Responding to Daniel Benson on spoilers:
Right. That's why I came to CyclingNews and not to the majority of other news websites.
Personally I don't care if there are spoilers on the home page. But please give us a landing page for each race that's spoiler-free, with links to stage info, live report, etc.--exactly as you used to have. I can bookmark that page & go straight to it.
coachkev said:Well, from atop the ivory tower where the editor sits and claims to care about its readerships opinions comes this (posted on the LOCKED thread where the editors can post without having to truly engage in a discussion with the readership)....
While I'm keen to hear opinions on this matter I’m afraid that spoilers, or race headlines, are very much here to stay. I understand that some of you are against this but if you look on the majority of news websites you’ll see exactly the same thing. Whether it’s news, weather or sport, headlines in themselves are there to tell a story and entice people in. There are other factors as well, like search engine optimisation but the main reason is that it fits with real news reporting.