Best Practices (13-23)

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Best Practices for Newspaper Journalists by Robert Haiman (13-23)

Best Practices for Newspaper Journalists by Robert Haiman (13-23)

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There’s not much of a point in making corrections if the people you’re making them for don’t even understand them.


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I really wouldn’t mind having my faults publicly displayed, but only if I got the $50 bonus when I was actually doing well. I think that's the key – finding a happy medium between the public wants and what the newspaper staff has time for. A way of making corrections that is honest and unpretentious, but also effective and not so time-consuming.

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