News is a factual account of an event that happened. It is not an event to be viewed with prejudiced eyes, nor is it the kind of event that reporters would want or think if those involved in it wanted to portray it. Facts should be reported impartially as soon as they arise. Objectivity in news is one of the most important principles of modern journalism. This means that the message is suggested to the consumer without personal bias or outside influence. News is inevitable. The message should be displayed without shadows.
Neutrality means reporting all sides of an issue and not supporting one side. If all sides share common values and the dispute is about how to get there rather than the ultimate goal, it can be easiest to achieve in domestic talks.
All facts contained in the message must be accepted by the reader without question. Factual accuracy in practice means that every statement, every name, date, age, quote, particular word, phrase, or phrase in a news article is accurate and presents true facts. It means that there is a need.
Accuracy means correctness not merely in general impression but also in details. The readers should never be given an opportunity to say that they never believed what appeared in the papers. All facts given in the news item should be accepted by readers without questions.
A complete news always gives additional information wherever required. It leaves no questions in the mind of receiver. Complete communication helps in better decision-making by the audience/readers/receivers of message as they get all desired and crucial information. It persuades the audience.
Relevance is the most important driver of news consumption. People find the stories most relevant to their personal lives as they influence their families, workplaces, leisure activities and communities. Relevance is tied to sociability.
Impartiality/unbiased in news is one of the most important principles of modern journalism. This means that the message is implied to the consumer without personal bias or outside influence. News is inevitable. The message should be displayed without shadows.
Journalists cannot always vouch for the “truth”, but finding the right facts is a fundamental principle of journalism. Every audience must always strive for accuracy and provide all relevant facts and ensure they are verified.
A news should make everyone think about that incident. News must be balanced Writing well-balanced news in all respects is no easy task, but reporters must go to great lengths to cover each event in the best possible way. must be Reporters must state all specific facts correctly, fairly, accurately, and objectively. He must put together all the facts so that the report conveys an accurate and factual impression.
Submitted by Priyanka. D (22MMC019) with inputs from DR. Jayaprakash. CR on October 15, 2022.