These guidelines apply to any news organizations that would like to share their content frequently on the sub.
News organizations and their representatives must follow these guidelines:
- All users and organizations must follow all the sub's rules
- Websites should not greet visitors with a paywall or sign-up requirements
- Do not submit more than 5 links per 24 hours; allow plenty of time in between posts
- Do not submit links to "live updates" or "live feed" pages
- Do not submit links to images, videos, tweets or audio clips
- Do not ask if your submissions can be stickied or promoted
- Posts are subject to removal if they break the sub’s rules (examples: The news story has already been covered or submitted by another user. The article is considered a feature story or the title is considered misleading.)
- Comments are subject to removal if a post gets too out of hand
- The sub's moderators are the arbiters of which posts are removed.
- AMA requests must be done through modmail; allow plenty of time for the request to be considered and scheduled
- These are examples of past AMAs hosted by r/worldnews: AMA examples listed from oldest to most recent
News organization accounts have a designated user flair that can only be assigned by a mod on the sub
A user flair does not imply an endorsement by the site, the sub or its mods.
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