California Examiner’s writers have primary responsibility for reporting, writing, and fact-checking their stories. Each piece of news published on California Examiner is reviewed by one or more editors; we have a multi-level structure for the review and editing of stories that may include fact-checking.
When news is submitted by one of our reporters, we reach out to the source to confirm the accuracy of the news and only then the piece of news is published on California Examiner and made available to its readers, we take fact-checking our posts very seriously.
We believe that the headline should reflect the content hence, we actively work on providing 100% accurate headlines that reflect the content provided in the so-called piece of news.
Checking For Official Comment
Whenever we cover a rumor or potential leak or unconfirmed announcement from sources like social media, credit, YouTube channels, etc. we reach out to the said studio or person to confirm the news. If we don’t get an answer from the said studio or person, then our team will actively work on providing the most accurate info possible as well as a note at the bottom of the post, that no official statement on the said topic is made by the official entities.
When we are the original source of the said news, we follow basic journalism principles.