Ethics Policy

Michigan Sports Zone tries to give facts that are accurate and make sense. 
Our goal is to tell all sides of story in way that is accurate, fair, and completely honest.
Michigan Sports Zone does its best to report the news accurately. Before something is published, the sources are checked and the facts are double-checked. Articles are also checked for accuracy at different stages by more than one person. Even though we try to give accurate and up-to-date information, the content may not be perfect and may have technical or spelling errors. In very rare cases, a person’s bad judgement could lead to unintentional but important mistakes. When this happens, Michigan Sports Zone will either run a correction, a clarification, or an editor’s note, depending on what they think is best.

Fairness is important to us at Michigan Sports Zone, and we expect all of our employees to follow these rules. We try to give our reporting a strong sense of fair play by telling the truth about the sources’ goals. We should also try to be fair in the way we talk about things and how we talk about them.

A story isn’t fair if it leaves out facts that are very important. It’s also not fair if it includes information that has nothing to do with the facts. A story is also not fair if it tricks the reader, whether on purpose or by accident. For coverage to be fair, it has to be complete, relevant, and honest.

No story is fair if the people or places in it haven’t been given a chance to respond to the claims or assertions made. We must give people a lot of time to respond to events, issues, and, most importantly, any accusations made against them.


Without being honest, you can’t build trust. 
Michigan Sports Zone has promised to stay away from any kind of confict of interest as much as possible 
No one who gives us news gives us gifts, either in cash or in kind.We also don’t take any kind of payment from governments, government-funded agencies, government officials, political parties, or representatives who take positions on controversial issues.
Reporters and editors also can’t take money or perks from people, companies, institutions, or organisations they write about.
Michigan Sports Zone also expects that the content on its website will correctly credited
Anonymous sources can only be used as last resort and with the editor-in-permission.
In these situations, reporters and editors must be able to describe how easy it is to get to the source and how reliable it is.