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Valori ale mass-mediei în epoca contemporană
Volumul VII, 2020
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7, Chişinău, Moldova, 24 noiembrie 2020

Conceptualizarea politicilor editoriale: factori, principii şi valori

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Parfentiev Boris
Universitatea de Stat din Moldova
Disponibil în IBN: 31 decembrie 2020


Today, not even a single periodical publication, radio or television station can operate without well-selected programmed priorities, well-defined goals and well-formulated tasks, meaning that the media can’t work without well elaborated editorial policies. The process of defining editorial policies must consider a whole set of factors - social, cultural, political, economic, a number of principles - that of guaranteeing freedom of expression, independence, freedom and editorial autonomy, objectivity, pluralism and content diversity, balance, impartiality, etc. Also, there cannot be neglected some of the editorial values, which are usually created in the editorial teams - the necessity of respecting the accuracy and correctness, the editorial integrity, the sources’ confidentiality as well as the responsibility for the content. The media have a major role to play in maintaining democracy. Promoting an editorial policy that corresponds to democratic values, written and audiovisual media provide a space for free dialogue and fair information.

mass-media, democratic values, editorial policies, freedom of speech, objectivity, diversity, impartiality, Balance, pluralism, editorial autonomy