The News & Observer
421 Fayetteville Street, Suite 104
Raleigh, NC 27601
Values: The News & Observer, while continuously created every day, is built on a set of unchanging beliefs.
As a news organization, we value accuracy, fairness and freedom of speech.
As a staff, we value excellence, creativity, innovation and diversity.
As a company, we value our employees, our readers and our customers.
And as part of this community, we believe it is a privilege to participate in a unique daily exchange that strives for those enduring standards.
Our commitment to diversity: The News & Observer Publishing Company is committed to building, fostering and maintaining a diverse workplace that strengthens an appreciation, respect and understanding of our differences. Our goal is to create an atmosphere of acceptance that allows our collective values to reflect our community and strengthen our company and our products.
Who we are
A company with deep roots in the Triangle, The News & Observer Publishing Co. publishes The News & Observer, one of the nation’s best regional newspapers. The company launched nando.net, one of the nation’s first internet service providers, in 1994 and today is home to newsobserver.com.
The company offers comprehensive advertising services — digital services, display and classified advertising in the daily and community papers, market research and creative design, direct marketing, preprinted inserts and total market coverage.
The News & Observer’s award-winning Newspapers in Education program provides classroom papers and educational resources to students and teachers across the region.
The paper won journalism’s highest honor, the Pulitzer Gold Medal for Public Service, for its 1995 reports on the effect of large-scale commercial hog farming on the region’s economy and environment.
The News & Observer Publishing Co. is owned by The McClatchy Co., one of the nation’s leading media companies, headquartered in Sacramento, Calif.
McClatchy News Ethics Policy
These ethical guidelines for McClatchy newsrooms outline the values and standards that guide our journalism. No policy can address every conflict that may arise in our day-to-day work. It’s the responsibility of each McClatchy journalist to use good judgment and confer with news managers if the answer to an ethical question is not completely clear.