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From our Ethics Handbook: This extends to your Facebook page or a personal blog. These guidelines apply whether you are posting under your own name or — if the online site allows pseudonyms — your identity would not be readily apparent.
In reality, anything you post online reflects both on you and on NPR. After all, we take great pride in our objectivity and independence, and the fairness of our political coverage.
We do not want a few words on social media to wrongly suggest a bias one way or the other. Let that news go out on our various platforms and then share it. Please remember that you should: Again, our coverage has been excellent. We can certainly celebrate it and share it on social media.
What she alleges happened would be a sexual assault, not an attempt at one. She contacted her local member of Congress and then Sen. Dianne Feinstein, and asked that they keep her name confidential. If so, that is information that will inform our decision about whether to go ahead with an interview and is information we need to share with our audience if we do proceed.
Consult with a DME if you have questions. Show producers and bookers: How many people still say that? Here are the key points [with a few tweaks] from that post: Basically, as soon as you think you might be using it, talk to them.
They may need time to consult with Legal. It does not matter if the words have already been bleeped. Be prepared to justify their use. Those lines must go out with as much lead time as we can give. No syllable can be heard. We do all this because we respect our audience and know that certain language will offend many.
We also know that community standards vary around the nation and that complaints to the FCC can be costly to our member stations. Overall, NPR is conservative about potentially offensive language — not permissive.
We respect those audiences as well. That said, we all know what some of them are. Others are less obvious because their original meanings have been forgotten.
Offensive words or phrases in clips from non-English speakers also must be vetted. We do, though, want to give the question of whether to include hate speech in our reports the same sort of careful thought that we give to other forms of offensive language.
The framing, for instance, has to be correct. Is a warning or other type of heads up needed? Is the audience owed an acknowledgement that what they heard is highly offensive?Report: Kushner and Bannon attempt to smooth things over while the National Endowment for the Arts and National Endowment for the Humanities would be eliminated entirely.
the Minority. Last Monday (3/19/12) on Morning Edition, Steve Inskeep and Sylvia Poggioli presented a casebook study in NPR's contempt for popular democracy and its use of false equivalency to smear leftists. I heard this report last Monday, but was headed off for a vacation and so am posting on it late.
The recently announced winner of the National Book Award for fiction follows a woman who is asked to take care of her friend's massive Great Dane after the friend's suicide.
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So feedback is getting directly to the shows, even if the responses come from Lucas’s team. Business news from ashio-midori.com 16 de November.