|Does freedom of expression end where the editorial line begins?
Yes it does, if you work for an Italian paper/TV channel.
I think so, if only because true freedom of expression includes the freedom to offend.
No. It begins there.
Freedom of expression isn't actually in the Constitution (and not everyone lives in a country that has a constitution) so it's a rather nebulous term to start with; who knows where it begins or ends, once we've defined it? Let me instead tell you what my late mother always said: "Your freedom to swing your arm ends where my nose begins."
Having said this, I grant that anyone who owns a newspaper can, and may, control what does or does not go into it. The important thing is that the readership recognize this and express itself on the topic. Keep your newsfolk honest.
No. Even reporters who are charged with towing the most neutral line possible inject creativity into their writing.
freedom of expression is a misnomer - everything is edited -
good stories are not written, they are re-written
Sometimes. But, bear in mind, we do not have a 'free' press, but a press that enjoys privileges. A good 'editorial line' should promote freedom of expression while recognising the wider context and impact on the community/market served.
It depends on the editor.
No. Editorial line is another form of freedom of expression
Not at all
yes to freedom, no to anarchy
May be it can happens in some parts of world but in India there is lot of freedom in editorial writing.
When the journalist start injecting words which express their own opinion, however subtly, objectivity ends.
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