Facts are more important than adjectives

There are lack of serious crime & Investigative magazine in Bengali language where * Crimes are not glorified and readers should informed how to prevent crime. *

* Proper investigative stories using spy-cams and hide cameras but always maintain the minimum journalism ethics and guidelines provided by Radio and Television News Directors Association, Radio and Television Digital News Association. * Reporters always remember the guidelines provided by Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma when covering sensitive stories. * Blend little bit of sex but not in a vulgar way. * Article highlighting sexual abuses. * Follow Public Interest Journalism. * Reporters will not cross their limit and they don’t think that they are from the Mars. * Avoid invasion of privacy. * Cater all kind of readers and publish serious articles on forensic science, criminology and quality reporting from aboard. * Overhaul the conventional reporting style.


About shanthanubh

A calcutta(India)based Independent newsresearcher and Investigative reporter.He has been working as a journalist for more than 15 years.He had worked as a news researcher for various news based programs in Calcutta.Shanthanu considers Deborah Potter and Theressha Collington Moore as his mentor because in his early days of journalism carrier, he was inspired and motivited by their works and learnt a lot from them about media ethics and news research.Though,a news researcher don't get enough credit for his job,he sticks to it.He believes that as journalists we should follow the jounalism mantra that if your mother says she loves you, check it out.we work as a store clerk.we believe that facts are more important than adjectives.Earlier,he also worked as a private investigator to brush up his skill as an Investigative Reporter.

Posted on June 24, 2011, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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