When news happens, we report it. Now, we want to tell our audience what we’re working on before we broadcast it or publish it online. We want to hear your ideas about what we’re covering – and how we cover it. We want to be transparent about our coverage from beginning to end. Akin to the Guardian’s ‘open news’ efforts, we want to provide our listeners, viewers and readers a sense of what we plan to cover every day. You’ll also be able to get a sense of how our coverage shapes up during the day based on what our reporters and producers tweet and publish online.
Sometimes, we won’t be able to tell you everything we’re working. For ethical reasons, we must keep embargoed reports and studies confidential until air time. And... we’re going to keep our ‘scoops’ a secret until we break them.
Most important, we want to hear from you about the stories we’re working on. Maybe, you know something we don’t know. Maybe, we’ve made a mistake. Maybe, we’re not talking with the right people. We want to get it right. So, let us know! If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet me @bdecillia.
We value transparency and know our audience expects it. Let us know what you think – and how we’re doing.
- Brooks DeCillia, Executive Producer