Everyone want to know the accurate and correct News information to make their opinion on the specific issue. We always follow the standard “Codes of Media Ethics” in our News stories and articles. We practice all the International Codes of Media Ethics.
Bluelane News has always strictly make sure to compliment code of Media Ethics on published News contents on website. Our all Journalists staff members perform their responsibilities with deals of code of Media Ethics.
All Journalists of Bluelane News are committed to following the standard code of ethics of media.
Codes of Media Ethics
- We verify the accuracy of all information sources and take precautions to avoid unintended mistakes in News stories.
- Our Journalists team should be given sufficient time to report the news in a full and comprehensive way in order to preserve the purity of news. They should not be forced to submit unverified or unfounded news stories.
- Our media organization must conduct training on the key principles of ethical journalism and effective media administration on a regular basis.
- Whenever possible, we identify the source of information.
- Avoid to fake news items in the News stories.
- Avoid to use bloody images, dead body, nude or sexual photos in the News stories.
- Avoid to use sexual contents in the News stories
- Avoid to use name and photo of victims without their permission.
- Avoid to use plagiarized contents in the News stories.
- Avoid to publish such information that may cause harmful.
- Recognize and correct mistakes in the news stories.
- Except when standard open procedures will not give information crucial to the public, avoid using hidden or other secretive means of acquiring information.
- Equal representation of communities based on geographical divides such as rural and urban should be prioritized
- Variety in the journalistic reporting and editing team should also be a priority for our media organization.
- Tell a powerful message about the richness and complexity of human experience, even if it is unpopular.
- Consider their own cultural values before forcing them on others.
- We always avoid to making assumptions about someone based on their colour, gender, age, religion, ethnicity, region, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, or socioeconomic standing.
- Journalists should be educated on the importance of sensitive reporting and the risk of increasing the trauma of victims of violence or humanitarian crises.