Only in the article they wrote Scott.net
It's a pity because when they have to correct that, they create a new URL so the original link becomes a dud.
I don't think it's a conspiracy against us, more like the web editor was falling asleep at whatever ungodly hour it was in Iran.
They are always "out of time". How come?
I think it's partly down to the fact that as a 24-hour news channel they keep a pretty tight schedule, and that it's partly done for effect. They don't really mean to cut me off, it's just what news anchors always sign off with! Maybe they want to leave the audience on the edge of their seats or something (and therefore, still watching their shows).
Press TV's policy of inviting 'citizen journalists' onboard as 'experts' - as opposed to the 'Pentagon experts' we see in the US media, for example - is part of a broader attempt to counter the propaganda war against Iran. By imitating CNN et al in style, format and presentation, I guess they make 'Infotainment' more palatable to Westerners, except that in this case 'The News' actually is, more often than not, reported.
It's not perfect of course, but it's a lot more 'signally' and a lot less noisy than most other media outlets.