Publication of standardization criteria for magazines, electronic news sites, social networks | National


Accordingly, the set of criteria details the format and content, business activities, organizational structure and human resources, technical aspects of each type of media mentioned in order to identify defects when these types are becoming more like a diary.

Lately, many magazines have exploited and published information like a real newspaper does. Some e-news sites use a newspaper-like format, assign their employees to report the news, and turn into a news item or article, just like a real e-newspaper. Some social networking sites require users to format their posts like an electronic diary format, which is rather misleading.

On the contrary, some official news agencies have entirely entrusted certain pages, sections, programs of their newspaper to a representative office, to a group of journalists or to partners in such a way that the leaders of these agencies do not exercise correctly their power and responsibility for control. and content management in exchange for their own benefits.

These are the reasons for the introduction of the criteria set by the MIC. It is expected that this set can help news agencies, state press management agencies located in local areas, governing bodies, news agencies, organizations and individuals to monitor the activities journalism to deal with wrongdoing in a timely manner, in hopes of creating a healthier environment for modern media as well as appropriate support for journalists when needed.

By Luu Gia – Translated by Yen Nhi


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