I remember last year there was a controversy over sports writers not wanting the interview transcripts issued, so they could write their articles and select quotes and you couldn't just go to the website and read the presser: you have to read their articles (hence, buy their newspapers or website subscriptions or even if it's a free news website at least they will get more web traffic and maybe click-thrus on their ads).
Most fans were outraged and there was an uproar. I seem to remember a compromise was reached that the transcripts would be held for 24 hours and then released, so the writers' stories would still have a chance to draw (impatient) readers. But now everyone has forgotten this and maybe the International Tennis Writers Association has quietly revived it-- I don't know
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Again, I don't know if this is the handiwork of the iTWA or another one of the Madrid tournaments "new ideas" -- anything is possible from Tiriac -- but I hope it's not going to become a trend.