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Ethical journalism - Code of Conduct for the News and Editorial Departments

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Posledná úprava
13.10.2020
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The goal of The New York Times is to cover the news as impartially as possible — “without fear or favor,” in the words
of Adolph Ochs, our patriarch — and to treat readers, news sources, advertisers and others fairly and openly, and to be seen to be doing so. The reputation of The Times rests upon such perceptions, and so do the professional reputations of its staff members. Thus The Times and members of its news department and editorial page staff share an interest in avoiding conflicts of interest or an appearance of a conflict.

For more than a century, men and women of The Times have jealously guarded the paper’s integrity. Whatever else we
contribute, our first duty is to make sure the integrity of The Times is not blemished during our stewardship.

Conflicts of interest, real or apparent, may come up in many areas. They may involve the relationships of staff members with readers, news sources, advocacy groups, advertisers, or competitors; with one another, or with the newspaper or its parent company. And at a time when two-career families are the norm, the civic and professional activities of spouses, family and companions can create conflicts or the appearance of conflicts.
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etika

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angilcký jazyk

news

journalism

publicistika

žurnalistika

žurnalizmus



Obsah:
  • 1. Introduction and Purpose -3-
    The Scope of This Code -3-
    Other Standards of Behavior -5-
    2. Our Duty to Our Readers -7-
    3. Pursuing the News -8-
    Personal Relations with Sources -8-
    Obeying the Law in Pursuit of the News -9-
    Accepting Hospitality from Sources -10-
    Dealing with the Competition -11-
    4. Protecting the Paper’s Neutrality -12-
    Providing Financial or Other Advice -13-
    Speaking Engagements -14-
    Competitions and Contests -16-
    The Use of Borrowed Equipment -17-
    Collaboration and Testimonials -18-
    5. Participation in Public Life -19-
    Voting, Campaigns and Public Issues -19-
    Community Service -21-
    6. Advertisers, Marketing, Promotion -23-
    7. Obligations to The Times -24-
    Speaking for The Times -24-
    8. Books, Movies, Reprints and Copyright -25-
    9. Journalistic Work Outside The Times -28-
    10. Appearing on Broadcast Media -31-
    11. Sorting Out Family Ties -33-
    Disclosure of Possible Conflicts -33-
    12. Investments and Financial Ties -35-
    Affirming Good-Faith Compliance -36-
    Business-Financial, Technology and Media News -37-
    Transitional Arrangements -38-
    Annual Filing by Ranking Editors -39-
    13. Rules for Specialized Departments -40-
    Sports -40-
    Culture, Styles, Dining -40-
    Art, Pictures, Technology -42-
    Automobiles -42-
    Travel -43-
    14. Dealing with Outside Contributors -44-
    Appendix A. -45-
    Sample letter declining a gift -45-
    Appendix B. -46-
    Sample letter declining an unsolicited award -46-
    Index -47-

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