News-Journal's PR spin on status of DSC's Carol Eaton as described by Jon Kaney misleads public

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Beginning with the headline, "Daytona State president requested demotion to adviser,", the online Jan. 14 Daytona Beach News-Journal on Carol Eaton's new role as advisor was not only misleading, it was factually wrong.
It is true that Eaton's status had changed from lame-duck president to adviser, but the print newspaper erred in describing it as a demotion, drawing condemnation from DSC Board Vice Chairwoman Forough Hosseini.
The headline and lead paragraph imply that implies that Eaton requested the change in status, when in fact,

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