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Code of Ethics

Strict adherence to the highest standards of journalism is at the very core of RFA's mission.

Our broadcast and online stories and programs must be accurate, fair, and balanced.

A variety of ideas and opinions

We must maintain a calm, dispassionate tone and avoid polemics, propaganda, or slurs directed against any persons, groups, or governments. We will not preach or talk down to our listeners.

We must not incite listeners to violence or encourage acts of rebellion or emigration. We provide a forum for a variety of ideas and opinions.

Both online editors and broadcasters must ensure that no story that airs or that is published on the Web site is based on rumor or unsubstantiated information. Whenever possible, we must seek more than one source for a story.

We must remain independent of any political party, opposition group, exile organization, or religious body and we shall not advocate any political viewpoint.

We must clearly identify outside contributors, stating at the end of their commentaries that the opinions they express are not necessarily those of RFA.

Full credit

RFA employees may accept no gifts or free trips from news sources.

When we obtain stories from other news organizations, we will give them full credit.

When we make a mistake on the air or online, we will acknowledge the error to our listeners and visitors and issue a correction.

We must not take on work ouside of RFA that would infringe on our responsibilities to RFA. Anyone who assumes a major outside responsibility, including speeches or other public appearances related to the activities of RFA, must obtain prior clearance.

Outside contractors adhere to our standards

In gathering information for a story, our reporters will not represent themselves as anything other than RFA journalists.

We will contract some work out to individual experts, such as writers, literary critics, historians and others. In each case we will retain the right to edit their work and decide what goes on the air or the Web site. Outside contractors should adhere to our standards of journalistic ethics.

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职业守则(翻译本仅供参考,以英文文本为准)


严格遵守新闻业的最高标准是自由亚洲电台使命的核心所在。本台的广播、网上报道及节目力求准确、公正、平衡。

各种观点与见解
 
我们必须保持平静、非情绪化的口吻,避免针对任何个人、团体或政府的论战、宣传或不雅言语。我们不鼓吹宣传,不对听众居高临下。
 
我们不煽动听众采取暴力行为,不鼓励叛乱行动或移民。我们为各种不同的观点和见解提供表达的平台。
 
网页编辑和广播员均应确保所广播或发表的报道并非出自谣传或证据不足的信息来源。应尽可能寻求一种以上的消息来源。
 
我们必须始终独立于任何政党、对立团体、流亡组织以及宗教机构之外,我们不倡导任何政治性主张。
 
我们必须明确外稿提供者的身份,在其评论文章末尾处说明,其表达的观点不一定代表自由亚洲电台的观点。

保持信誉 
 
自由亚洲电台工作人员不得接受消息来源人士赠送的礼物或提供的免费旅行。
 
从其他新闻单位转载报道时, 本台将注明出处,充分尊重原报道者。
 
在广播中或网站上出现错误时, 我们将向听众或网站读者坦承过失并予以纠正。
 
不应接受对履行台内职责产生负面影响的台外工作。
 
本台工作人员在台外活动中担当主要责任时,包括出席与自由亚洲电台相关的活动、发表讲话或在其他公开场合露面, 必须事先请示电台获得批准。
 
台外合约工作人员必须遵守本台标准

在为报道收集信息时,本台记者仅作为自由亚洲电台新闻工作者,并无其他代表身份。
 
本台以合约形式将一部分工作交由专业人士完成,其中包括作家、文学评论员、历史学家等。对于所有提交的合约稿件,本台保留编辑的权利,保留对哪些内容进行广播或在网站发表的决定权。台外合约工作人员必须遵守自由亚洲电台的新闻职业操守。
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匿名游客

在这里说自由亚洲电台宣传反革命思想的除了吃皇粮的共匪网监之外还能有谁呢?

2013-09-13 23:11

匿名游客

自由亚洲电台比中国的受控制的媒体好多了

2012-04-04 10:08

匿名游客

1999年取缔法轮功后第3天,我就在四川省政府旁目睹了法轮功围攻省政府并与警察冲突的全过程。3个境外电台都报道了该次冲突。其中BBC有90%和实际相符,美国之音有60%一致,而自由亚洲电台几乎全是胡编乱造,把事情添油加醋,无限扩大。

2011-11-16 03:55

匿名游客

能始终坚持操守,不被中共收买,不受中共控制,不被中宣部审查的中文媒体,全世界寥寥无几,难能可贵!永远支持!

2011-10-28 21:49

匿名游客

宣传反革命思想,内容都是虚构,望各位听众注意。

2011-09-24 04:52

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