Date of publication: 2017-08-07 12:50
5. The provisions of the Code of Press Ethics are freely consented to by the journalists and members of the professional, employers and trade union organizations signatory to this statute.
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. A journalist has the responsibility to seek out, to respect and communicate the facts – as they become known through reasonable research – by virtue of the public’s right to be informed.
66. The present statute is also open to endorsement by all professional, employers and trade union organizations journalists are part of, organizations that did not take part in drafting the statute but which find themselves among its provisions.
The Society of Environmental Journalists joined 75+ press freedom groups to launch the . Press Freedom Tracker , a new website dedicated to documenting press freedom abuses across the United States. The site will serve as a repository for data at a time when journalists in the . are facing hostility, legal charges, assault and other forms of harassment.
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The strategies you learn in this day of the workshop have been used by previous attendees to get coverage in top tier national media such as the front page of The New York Times, in The Wall Street Journal and USA Today, and on CNN and NBC’s “Today.” You’ll hone your skills by learning from DOZENS of successful pitches that have landed major placements. And you’ll begin applying what you’re learning immediately during the training.
The editor is usually the person who makes the final decision about what is included in the newspaper, magazine or news bulletins. He or she is responsible for all the content and all the journalists. Editors may have deputies and assistants to help them.