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April 03, 2013

Justin Timberlake sales: A Quick Takes item in the March 27 Calendar section about first-week sales for Justin Timberlake's album "The 20/20 Experience" said that it was the 19th album in Nielsen SoundScan's 22-year history to sell more than 900,000 albums in a single week. It was the 19th album in that period to sell more than 900,000 albums in its debut week. The article also misspelled the title of Timberlake's 2006 album "FutureSex/LoveSounds" as "FutureSex/LoveSound."

Mayoral endorsements: An article in the April 2 LATExtra section about mayoral candidate Eric Garcetti getting the support of former contender Kevin James said that onetime candidate Emanuel Pleitez endorsed Garcetti earlier this month. Pleitez endorsed Garcetti in March.

Apple Final Cut Pro X: An article in the March 28 Business section about Apple's marketing effort for its editing software Final Cut Pro X described Jonathan Contreras as an Azteca telenovela editor. Contreras is not an Azteca employee and does not edit their telenovelas.

Jack Horner: A "Working Hollywood" article in the March 31 Calendar section about paleontologist Jack Horner said that he was on the faculty of the University of Montana. He is on the faculty at Montana State University.

Long pop songs: An article in the March 30 Section A about the growing length of pop songs said that the average length of a hit from the decade of the 2010s was four minutes and 14 seconds. It was 4:26, as an accompanying graphic showed.

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