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EMFA appeals to Media Houses

The Electronic Media Forum Assam (EMFA) has appealed to news channels based in Guwahati to exercise restrain on providing publicity related to the entry (appointment ) or exit (because of termination or resignation) an editor and his deputies to/from a particular channel.
As the editors and his deputies are ethically not involved with any public financial dealing in their professional life, the EMFA argues, the news related to their entry or exit does not deserve space for
wider publicity.


“For any reason, if an editor leaves a media house, the news of his exit should not be over emphasized by the respective management such that the damage caused to the editor concerned can be minimized,” added in the statement issued by EMFA.

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