quotation marks


I know that a word or phrase preceded by "so-called" does not need to be set off with quotation marks.  What about just "called"?  As in the following:


I also tuned in to a shortwave channel called “Voice of America.” 


Intuitively it seems wrong, but I cannot seem to find a rule targeting this specific question anywhere.

asked Feb 19 '13 at 16:05 Lynn Cross New member

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