Monitoring the accuracy, fairness and balance of the world's news media
“Readers’ subjective calls on what amounts to promotion can be a useful gauge for journalists,” says Kansas City Star Public Editor Derek Donovan. “The difference between an ad and editorial coverage should always be black and white.”
“We’ve all got two choices: Come along, or get left behind,” says Ted Diadiun, reader representative at the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
A recent report on a scientific study lacked rigor, says CBC Ombudsman Esther Enkin, but it was not biased.