This chapter explores the questions and attempts to understand the relationship, in terms of EVE Online, between journalism, history and fandom. Journalism is often referred to as a 'first draft of history', a position which rests upon its response to society, and its existence within an ongoing set of discourses about the society to which it responds. The process of history, conversely, is to preserve the past (or, at least, a past), and to cement it into place through links to other elements of preserved past. In reiterating, interrelating and positioning events historically, therefore, journalism contributes to this activity, acting to ensure that accounts of past events remain the same. In terms of EVE Online, these processes can be explored through consideration of events which we might think of as the most significant to take place in New Eden: those which receive coverage by the mainstream media.