era of technological advancement,
the print and electronic media is becoming a vital source of information for the general public, yet people are having doubts about authenticity of the news. People should have confidence in the correspondents for their efforts as disinformation are generally from managerial levels and reporters should
be well educated and aware of their responsibilities to excel in their discipline.
It is a well-known fact that journalism is not an easy forte as they have to risk their lives and work hard to update their audience and readers about different situations, so we should acknowledge their work and boost their confidence by trusting them. As no one is flawless, so they can
make mistakes but these are not deliberate and margin of error should be given to them.
most of the errors are from content managers or owners, so
should not affect the credibility of a reporter.
, recently in Pakistan, a well-known newspaper published some news about a political party which later on proved false, on investigation the fault was of the
someone who reads proof in order to find errors and mark corrections
, not the journalist.
The correspondents should
take responsibility to win the trust of their followers by opting some qualities.
should have proper knowledge of their field, as some people are joining media without having adequate knowledge of
field and the result is
overall bad image
an overall bad image
the overall bad image
the whole community
a whole community
, they should do research about every news before presenting to the people, as in
fast paced age, everyone wants real news, not breaking news.
, many surveys conducted in various media houses have shown that there is a remarkable rating difference between shows of professional anchors and nonprofessional ones.
To conclude, currently many people are relying on
a message received and understood
despite of their reservations on their genuineness. But we should trust journalists for the hard work and efforts they
have thorough knowledge of their field and circumstances.