- Freshness of information.
- Diversity of information.
- Richness of information.
- Originality of information.
All of Hindustan Hour’s articles are reviewed and edited continuously by a panel of editors, in an effort to maintain the highest possible quality and best possible experience for our readers.
Hindustan Hour’s Contributors:
All of the contributors are independent journalists and writers who are considered sub-contractors. While the Hindustan Hour’s contributors are not considered employees, and their opinions do not reflect that of the management and editorial teams, their voices as individuals are valued and they are an important part of the organization’s well-defined culture and policies. All of the contributors are bound by a clearly-defined set of rules and policies regarding their work. Every contributor is also required to be in constant contact with the editorial and management team through multiple communication platforms such as Skype and email. They are committed, alongside the platform, to delivering timely, quality and accurate news information.
The goal is to reward contributors with fair and competitive compensation for bringing quality and timely news information to readers worldwide, based on a pay system that offers a greater income potential and the opportunity to build a long term career.
All of the contributors have gone through a rigorous vetting process before being accepted to publish on the Hindustan Hour, which includes the following:
- Passing the Hindustan Hour’s grammar and general knowledge test with a satisfactory score.
- Submitting original samples of writing to be evaluated and approved by a panel of senior editors.
- Passing the Hindustan Hour’s handbook test with an exceptionally high score, which includes AP style, along with rules and policies of the platform.
All contributors who are accepted to write on the platform must undergo an internship period that limits the number of articles they can publish, while getting familiar with the staff and adapting to the platform and the standards.
All contributors are evaluated, and their articles graded, on a regular basis in an effort to maintain high quality standards. Quality audits are performed regularly to evaluate each contributor’s writing and abilities.
Accountability and transparency are two important traits the Hindustan Hour values. In keeping with these values, all contributors must have a full bio, a clear photo, and links to their social media accounts. There are two ways to access each contributor’s profile on the Hindustan Hour:
- On mobile, click the contributor’s name at the top of each article.
- On desktop, scroll down on the page, past the article, and find the “Author” box that contains the photo and name of the contributor, then click the contributor’s name.
If you’re a contributor who would like to join the dedicated team of contributing authors, please go to our application page and submit your information.
The Hindustan Hour’s Contact Information:
Accountability and transparency are two ideals the Hindustan Hour values highly. Below you will find important contact information.
Hindustan Hour’s address and phone number:
- Hindustan Hour, LTD.
- 12/382 Chopasni Housing Board
- Jodhpur (Rajasthan), India
- +91(895) 207-0774 (please email firstname.lastname@example.org with important content issues)
For general inquiries, feedback and news tips, send an email to Editor@hindustanhour.com
To reach the management team (eg. concerns about a specific contributor), send an email to Operations@hindustanhour.com
For technical issues, send an email to Technical@hindustanhour.com
For copyright and legal concerns, send an email to Legal@hindustanhour.com
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