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Community Media Editorial Policies. Editorial policies within Community media are often as diverse as the models themselves. However there are common guiding principals as well as unique operational challenges that community media makers continue to develop and “refine”.

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community media editorial policies
Community Media Editorial Policies

Editorial policies within

Community media are

often as diverse as the

models themselves.

  • However there are common guiding principals as well as unique operational challenges that community media makers continue to develop and “refine”
community media models
Community Media Models
  • Community Radio
  • PEG Access
  • Print Media
  • Digital Community
editorial policy
Editorial Policy
  • What is your mission?
  • How are you funded?
  • Who or What makes the decisions?
  • What is the impact on programming?
  • What is the impact on your audience?
  • Why do we care?
community radio
Community Radio
  • Revenue and Grant Funding play a large role in the design of an editorial policy.
  • In some cases, low power FM and other low frequency stations must adhere to FCC Guidelines in addition to the interests of the programming staff and audience
  • Community Advisory Board
peg access
PEG Access
  • PEG channels serve a wide variety of programming to a diverse audience; Including: community groups, religious groups, schools, and government sponsored programs.
  • Diverse programming goals need strong editorial policies in place to guarantee access for all.
  • This is not easy!
peg access editorial policies
PEG Access—Editorial Policies
  • Funding Requirements
  • Organizational Status?
  • 501 ( c ) (3) status?
  • Bylaws—Mission Statement
  • Board of Directors
  • Boston Neighborhood Network
print media
Print Media
  • Newspapers
  • Zines
  • Newsletters
  • Informational Literature
print journalism
Print Journalism
  • Code of ethics
  • Volunteers
  • Integrity?
digital media
Digital Media
  • Online-journalism
  • Blogs
  • Vlogs
  • Message Boards
digital media editorial policy
Digital Media Editorial Policy
  • The Web Master
  • Open Publishing
  • Government Control?
  • Free Speech?
  • Users
major public broadcasting funder
Major Public Broadcasting Funder
  • The Corporation for Public Broadcasting
  • Created by the U.S. Congress in 1967—Public Broadcasting Act of 1967
  • First meeting April 26, 1968
  • The Law requires 95% of CPB’s appropriation from federal government dollars support local radio & TV stations as well as fund improvements in programming and the public broadcasting system
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CPB
  • Annual “Objectivity & Balance” Reports to Congress
  • Reports are available to the public.
national federation of community broadcasters
National Federation of Community Broadcasters

Important Tidbits…

  • NFCB is a national membership organization of community-oriented, non-commercial radio stations
  • 40% of the members serve rural communities, and 46% are minority radio services.
  • http://www.nfcb.org/