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Corrections are an important part of journalism, and we’re committed to being transparent about our work. Please note that corrections will be noted on the top of the article for 24 hours and will then be added to the piece’s author notes as an editor’s note for reference going forward.

Our goal is to be accurate and fair in all we do. On occasion, we make mistakes. Some are minor; others are more serious. Regardless, we want to correct them as quickly as possible

In an effort to be accurate and fair in all we do, we make mistakes. Some are minor; others are more serious. Regardless, we want to correct them as quickly as possible.

In the case of a minor or major error, you may see a correction note at the top of your article for 24 hours.

After that period, if no one has commented on the correction, it will disappear from your page and be added only to the author’s notes (if applicable).

If you think an error has been made in a story, please email us at [email protected] so that we can look into it

Corrections are a critical part of journalism. Corrections should be made as quickly as possible and in a way that is transparent to readers. If you think an error has been made in a story, please email us at [email protected] so that we can look into it.

Our goal is to correct errors as quickly as possible and note corrections on the top of the article for 24 hours (or less if warranted). We also add corrections to the piece’s author’s notes

Corrections will be noted on the top of the article for 24 hours and will then be added to the piece’s author notes as an editor’s note for reference going forward

Corrections will be noted on the top of the article for 24 hours and will then be added to the piece’s author notes as an editor’s note for reference going forward. We will also email you a link to the correction after it has been published.

Our goal is to be accurate and fair in all we do

Our goal is to be accurate and fair in all we do. We are committed to correcting errors as quickly as possible, ensuring that our corrections process is transparent and accountable, and communicating clearly with readers about our corrections.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • Corrections will appear in boldface at the top of the article (or just below if it’s shorter than four lines). If a correction requires more than two lines of text above it, we may also include an editor’s note at the bottom of the page.
  • We may also add text like “Correction: An earlier version of this story misstated how long Ms. Marsh has worked for Corrections Corporation of America. She has worked for them since 2006.” or “Corrections: An earlier version of this article misstated how long Ms. Marsh has worked for CCA; she began working there in 2006.”

Conclusion

The corrections policy outlines how we make corrections and clarifications to published material. It also sets out our approach to correcting factual errors and ensuring that changes are not made in a way that could mislead readers or undermine trust in the Dilemaradio’s editorial independence.

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