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'''Virginia Statehouse News''' is an online capital news bureau and an initiative of [[Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity]]. It produces daily content that covers the entire state of [[Virginia]] through a combination of capital news reporting and investigative journalism.
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'''Virginia Statehouse News''' is an online capital news bureau and an initiative of [[Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity]]. It produces daily content that covers the entire state of [[Virginia]] through a combination of capital news reporting and investigative journalism. The Virginia Statehouse News reporters and journalists are required to adhere to the [http://www.spj.org/ Society of Professional Journalists]’ [http://www.spj.org/ethicscode.asp Code of Ethics].
  
VSN also offers its content, without charge, to Virginia news broadcasters, media organizations and citizen journalists, with the understanding that the outlets give ISN and its writers credit for the stories.<ref>[http://virginia.statehousenewsonline.com/about/steal-our-stuff/ "Steal Our Stuff," Virginia Statehouse News]</ref>
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Virginia Statehouse News also offers its content, without charge, to Virginia news broadcasters, media organizations and citizen journalists, with the understanding that the outlets give ISN and its writers credit for the stories.<ref>[http://virginia.statehousenewsonline.com/about/steal-our-stuff/ "Steal Our Stuff," Virginia Statehouse News]</ref>
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Revision as of 10:42, 16 September 2010

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Virginia Statehouse News is an online capital news bureau and an initiative of Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity. It produces daily content that covers the entire state of Virginia through a combination of capital news reporting and investigative journalism. The Virginia Statehouse News reporters and journalists are required to adhere to the Society of Professional JournalistsCode of Ethics.

Virginia Statehouse News also offers its content, without charge, to Virginia news broadcasters, media organizations and citizen journalists, with the understanding that the outlets give ISN and its writers credit for the stories.[1]

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References

  1. "Steal Our Stuff," Virginia Statehouse News