RSS urges media to mention news source


Butwal, Mar. 14: Executive Chairman of the National News Agency (RSS), Harihar Adhikari 'Shyamal' has urged the media to mention RSS as news source when they use RSS news. Giving credit to news source adds value and credibility to media, he added.
During a programme organized on 'Use of RSS news and mofussil journalism' by the Dainikpatra daily here on Thursday, RSS Chairman Shyamal further said although it is normal that the news are edited as per media house policy, the house should give due credit to news source. He also pointed out the need of capacity building and transformation as per the development in information technology.
RSS board member Yekraj Pathak viewed that the print media is significant forever despite challenges.
Similarly, RSS feature coordinator and former Chief Editor Raju Shakya shared that efforts were being made to bring change in news presentation of RSS.
However, RSS Executive Administrator Uttam said the media in Butal were aware on mentioning RSS news sources.
Executive Chief and Chief Editor of the daily, Balkrishna Chapagain, shared about the contribution of the Dainikpatra daily to Nepali journalism. RSS

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