All members of ARN’s broadcast teams have a journalistic responsibility to ensure our stories are accurate, comprehensive and fair. News stories are based on the presentation of facts. Writers, reporters and anchors determine the sequence and style of how those facts are presented by prioritizing the information they gather. ARN news should answer all questions (the 5 W’s and ‘hows’) in a balanced and objective way. Our job is to report opinions, not express them. ARN News is committed to achieving accuracy in all its online, radio, social media and video content. This commitment to accuracy is fundamental to our reputation and the trust of our readers and listeners. When covering news stories, our articles must be well-sourced, based on proper evidence, and corroborated. ARN News commits to verifying all statistics and technical information by cross-checking with the source, documents and/or clearly stating the source of the information. This sometimes involves seeking the comments of an expert or the primary source of the information.
At ARN News Centre, we pride ourselves on being regarded as the authority when it comes to local news. We always strive not only to achieve but to raise the journalistic benchmark. We pride ourselves on being accurate, credible and authoritative and aim to provide informed, accurate and quality news around the clock.
ARN News welcomes any complaints about potential errors in articles that could possibly need correction. Comments and messages on news coverage can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. When an error is detected within an article, ARN News will immediately work to find the correct information and will clearly display corrections wherever possible within the article.