Best Practices for Newspaper Journalists
A handbook for reporters, editors, photographers and others on journalistic fairness.
Best Practices for Newspaper Journalists was written by Robert J. Haiman, president emeritus and distinguished editor in residence at the Poynter Institute in St. Petersburg, Fla., for the Freedom Forum’s Free Press/Fair Press Project.
The handbook is a guide for newspaper journalists and teachers of journalism. It is intended to help those who seek to strengthen public trust in the media by raising the standards for fairness in newspapers.
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