News Publication Policies
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This paper contrasts the news publication policies of mainstream and special interest publications, using "The New York Times" and "The Nature Conservancy" as examples. The differences between neutral, impartial reporting and one-sided reporting are described and evaluated.
From the Paper:"A news publication, whether mainstream or special interest, establishes a news publication policy that defines the limits on what it will publish. Most news publications incorporate policies that include restrictions that ensure unbiased impartial reporting of the news integrity and ethics and accuracy of the news reported. Although some mass-market newspapers make no pretense of impartiality they generally adhere to an industry-wide code of conduct-such as maintaining truthfulness. Beyond these considerations however the policies of mainstream and special interest publications can become widely divergent..."
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