Tell Us What You Think About Fox 4 Coverage
Published on Tuesday, 17 November 2009 23:29
In the last week, Fox 4 has broadcast three news reports about Ave Maria University's decision to tell town resident Marielena Stuart to stay off the campus except for the oratory and the Adoration Chapel. Links to these news reports are below.
Fox 4 has a "Viewers' Bill of Rights" which is posted on its website.
The Ave Herald wants to hear from Ave Maria residents, students and those who work in the town. How is Fox 4 measuring up to its own Viewers' Bill of Rights? Are they on target? Or falling short?
According to Fox 4's "Viewers' Bill of Rights," you have the right to ethical journalism and straight facts. It pledges to:
- Seek the truth.
- Present the full facts.
- Distinguish fact from opinion.
- Avoid sensationalism.
- Seek a wide variety of viewpoints.
- Promptly and prominently correct any mistakes.
- Be held accountable.
- Explain coverage decisions to viewers regularly and publicly.
To let us know what you think, send an email to
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A full text of the Fox 4 "Viewers' Bill of Rights" can be found here.
To view the station's broadcasts:
Click here for the Nov. 10 broadcast.
Click here for the Nov. 11 broadcast.
Click here for the Nov. 16 broadcast.