Does freedom of expression end where the editorial line begins?
Yes and no it's a fine grey line but this all goes back to objectivity & obligation to reporting the facts in an unbiased way
Not a simple answer
Not sure what that question really means but I can't see how it can be true. If it was, uncomfortable facts could be legitimately suppressed.
It's a very sensible subject and I can't think of a general answer. Every situation is different and SHOULD be treated differently, with caution and respect.
In the end a genuine journalist has to deliver the news as it is, but also take into account the fact that "the music makes the tone". So, use your words wisely. Be a diplomat.
It happens more and more, but should not be the case. Freedom of expression or coverage should not be formed on the basis of financial aspects of the magazine.
Its a wide question, but to me a journalist has to be respectable within himslef , to try and find that thin line between credibility and misleading information.
For that matter , one must be wise and considerate to when chosing words, because to me words can kill if not chosen in their proper content.
Absolutely NOT, An Editorial is when we give our version or point of view on an issue, and we could not do that if we didn't have Freedom of Expression.
Begins with Opinions presented clearly as not FACTS.
a liberdade de expressão nunca termina, mesmo quando voce escreve uma noticia, é muito importante voce dar a sua opinião em seu website ou blog, infelizmente os jornalistas que trabalham para terceiros quase nunca podem opiniar sobre as noticias.
Yes and no. Even though newspapers tend to have their editorial line and particular viewpoints on certain public affairs and social issues, there should be room for people of all ideologies to express themselves, as part of the social commitment the news medium has with its consumers.
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