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Mission Statement–The Sydney Times

Written by Aksel Ritenis

Mission Statement for the Sydney Times 

“Our Vision is  to  To Be the Best and most honest and transparent News Media Company in Sydney and NSW-with no hidden agendas!” 

Our Mission 

-To provide the best content and product that is relevant, compelling and attractive to readers and business partners. 

-To be profitable and to maximize shareholders’ returns. 

-To attract and retain the best employees with rewarding careers in a positive and supportive working environment. 

-To continue to be a caring and responsible corporate citizen. 

-As Executive Director and Custodian of the Brand, Aksel Ritenis has responsibility for the overall operations of ST media news and editorial functions until such time as he is replaced by a dedicated and highly professional team and a Board of management.

He will provide strategic direction and oversight of Smedia and news operations in the medium short term and will focus on optimizing the Group’s news resources in line with the business transformation efforts of ST.  

In a post-truth world, thoughtful, intelligent and well-researched analysis has never been more necessary. We aim to provide this at the ST by carefully curating News resources and recruiting a team of Citizen Journalists with the knowledge and experience to take the project forward.

Managed and edited by Axel Ritenis who merely regard himself as a Custodian,. and produced by a team in Sydney, the ST aims to help you make sense of the news through providing a reliable platform for news and media releases.

“We offer free access to the exchange of ideas, rather than an echo chamber of prejudice and vested interests.” 

ST has no ideological agenda, and we are not covertly pushing any political or philosophical way of thinking. Our aim is simply to preserve the integrity of the free press in NSW by embracing nuance and complexity – and showing the world in all its shades of grey. 

To read the ST is to see a story from every angle. Our social mission is caring for our community. 

“We are passionate about doing things in an ethical, socially and environmentally sustainable way, across all our operations-we, are transparent and have no hidden agendas nor do we represent any hidden commercial interests!”  

The Business 

The ST is built on trust, truth, and transparency. We are funded through advertising, donations and the subscription model.  

 

-We check our facts and expect our professional and citizen journalists and contributors to do the same. 

Everything we publish is professionally edited by human beings, not robots, so advertisers can be certain that their products will be presented in a responsible context. 

-We reward our contributors fairly, never misuse our readers’ data, and answer to independent trustees. 

For everyone in search of open-minded, independent journalism, the ST is the genuine article!

Mission Statement – The Sydney Times (ST)

-To provide the best content and product that is relevant, compelling and attractive to readers and
business partners.
– To be profitable and to maximize shareholders' returns.
– To attract and retain the best employees with rewarding careers in a positive and supportive
working environment.
– To continue to be a caring and responsible corporate citizen.
– As Executive Director, Axel Ritenis has responsibility for the overall operations of ST media
news and editorial functions. He will provide strategic direction and oversight of ST media and
news operations, and will focus on optimizing the Group’s news resources in line with the
business transformation efforts of the Sydney Times
– In a ‘post-truth’ world, thoughtful, intelligent and well-researched analysis has never been more
necessary. We provide this at the ST.
– Edited by Axel Ritenis and produced by a team in Sydney, The ST aims to help you make sense
of the news by providing a reliable platform for news and media releases. We offer free
access to the exchange of ideas, by aggregating news and presenting the FACTS, not OPINIONS bu  using the most reliable global resources,..rather than presenting readers with a politically charged  “echo chambers of prejudice”
– ST has no ideological agenda, and we are not covertly pushing any political or philosophical way
of thinking. Our aim is simply to preserve the integrity of the free press in NSW by embracing
nuance and complexity – and showing the world in all its shades of grey.
– To read the ST is to see a story from every angle. Our social mission is ‘caring for our
community’.
– We’re passionate about doing things in an ethical, socially, and environmentally sustainable way,
across all our operations.
The Business Philosophy
The ST is built on trust, truth, and transparency. We are funded through advertising, donations
and the subscription model.

In order to maintain the confidence of our Readership:

– We check our facts and expect our journalists to do the same. Everything we publish is
professionally edited by human beings, not robots, so advertisers can be certain that their products
will be presented in a responsible context.
-We reward our contributors fairly, never misuse our readers’ data, and plan to answer to independent
trustees who form a Board of Management
– For everyone in search of open-minded, independent journalism, ST is the genuine article.

The Mission

In a “post-truth” world, thoughtful, intelligent, well-researched analysis has never been more necessary. And at TheArticle, we provide it. Edited by Daniel Johnson and produced by a team in London, TheArticle aims to help you make sense of the news through free access to exchanges of ideas, rather than echo chambers of prejudice.

We have no ideological agenda and we promise never to tell you what to think. Our aim is simply to preserve the integrity of the free press in this country by embracing nuance and complexity – and showing the world in all its shades of grey.

We aim to provide the following:

  • To provide the best content and product that is relevant, compelling and attractive to readers and business partners.
  • To be profitable and to maximize shareholders’ returns.
  • To attract and retain the best employees with rewarding careers in a conducive working environment.
  • To continue to be a caring and responsible corporate citizen.

 

About the author

Aksel Ritenis

Publisher and Custodian of the Sydney Times

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