Bad News and Good Judgment
This book underscores that there is a place – in fact, a need – for community newspapers to remain aggressive in their reporting if they are to remain relevant in today’s fractured media landscape. That is at the core of editors receiving the respect of readers. But that aggressiveness must be paired with a respect for the people being covered, and an understanding of how reports affect them. The guidelines set forth are not an attempt to convince editors that one newspaper’s approach is the right way or only way. But it’s imperative that newsrooms have the conversation about why it’s important to tackle tough issues.
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