Code of Ethics of Journalism (KEJ) are the rules regarding behavior and moral considerations that must be adopted and adhered to by the press in the broadcast media. Journalistic Code of Ethics was first issued by the PWI (Indonesian Journalists Association), among others:
1. News obtained by dishonest 2. To examine the veracity of any news or information before the broadcast (check and recheck). 3. As much as possible to distinguish the real (fact) and opinion (opinion) 4. Respect and protect the position of a source who did not want to be named. 5. Do not preach given off the record (four eyes only) 6.Dengan honest mention citing sources in the news or article from a newspaper or publication, for the solidarity of the profession
Code AJI (AJI)
1. Journalists respect the right of the public to obtain the correct information.
2. Journalists continue to defend the principles of freedom and balance in reporting and news as well as criticism and commentary.
3. Journalists provide a place for those who lack the power and the opportunity to voice their opinions.
4. Journalists just report the facts and clear opinion source.
5. Journalists do not hide important information that needs to be known to the public.
6. Journalists use unethical means to obtain news, photographs and documents.
7. Journalists respect the right resource to provide background information, off the record, and the embargo.
8. Journalists immediately rectify any inaccurate reporting knew.
9. Journalists maintain the confidentiality of sources of confidential information, the identity of victims of sexual crimes, and criminal minors.
10. Journalists avoid hatred, prejudice, condescension,fsnb discrimination, the issue of ethnicity, race, nation, politics, disability / physical illness, disability / mental illness or other social background.
11. Journalists respect for privacy, except the things that could harm the public.
12. Journalists do not present news with indulgence obscenity, physical violence and sexual cruelty.
14. Journalists are not permitted to receive bribes. Note: the definition of swag is all forms of administration in the form of money, goods and or other facilities, which are directly or indirectly, can affect journalists in making the work of journalism.
15. Journalists are not justified plagiarized.
16. Journalists to avoid libel and defamation.
17. Journalists avoid any interference of other parties that impede the implementation of the principles above.
18. Cases relating to the code of conduct will be resolved by the Council Code of Conduct.