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What Makes a Reuters Journalist?
There are many different types of journalism practised in Reuters, across text, television, picture services and online. No one definition of our craft applies to them all. What must unite us is honesty and integrity. We often face difficult choices in the pursuit of better stories and superior images. In such situations there are several “right” answers, and the rules we use run out. We can, however, guard against damage to our reputation through a shared understanding of the fundamental principles that govern our work.
The 10 Hallmarks of Reuters Journalism
Reuters journalists:
Accuracy
Independence
Integrity
Freedom from bias
Supply chain transparency
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