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How do you make a news story? Here’s the step-by-step process from Scripps News

How do you make a news story?  Here’s the step-by-step process from Scripps News

TV news watchers are probably used to seeing Scripps News’ Journalists standing live, sharing a story on location.

But before they appear on screen, there’s a long, exhaustive process to maintain our company’s standards and ensure that reporting is fair, accurate and truthful.

When it comes to PoliticsA story idea may start in the halls of the US Capitol following a tip from a source, a significant piece of legislation, or a question. one of our 70 stations or bureaus across the country.

It’s a similar process at the White House, where Scripps reporters and producers work closely with our teams across the country to get to the truth.

Scripps News Political Director Andrew Rafferty Is in constant touch with our political team at any time of day, always talking through the lens of the ideas viewers tell us they care about.

Those ideas are brought to our company-wide editorial meetings, which include daily morning and afternoon meetings. Every available Scripps News employee is on these calls.

The entire team talks through ideas, crafting them to ensure they are relevant to the lives of the viewers and always strives to be unbiased in their pursuit of the truth.

every show on Scripps News Behind it is an entire editorial team working together to bring ideas to life while thinking through every aspect of what an audience will see and hear.

Made the show by working in a program called iNews. This is where things like video, graphics, on-screen text, and anchor scripts live.

Reporters then review what they’re going to say with a team of Scripps News editors who check things like accuracy and fairness.

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Then the last stop is the control room. There, another team brings the story to life on screen.

And this is the end of the road: a whole team spread across the country making sure that our reporting information is you can count,

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