In HaberTürk’s news about the Meat and Dairy Institution’s (ESK) plan to sell fresh carcass meat to the market, a child’s words were on the agenda. The child, to whom the reporter handed a microphone to a butcher on the day of the report card, said that his mother bought him meat as a report card gift.
The child’s response to the butcher’s microphone, saying, “My mother bought meat as a report card gift,” began to be discussed on social media, while the child’s mother, speaking to Sabah newspaper, said, “The information that they are poor and therefore cannot eat meat is definitely not true. They come and buy chicken and meat every month.” she had commented.
Later, Habertürk reported that an investigation and investigation was launched to determine whether there was any violation in terms of journalism ethics and principles in the formation of the news, which is the subject of discussion about meat prices. The television management reported that, as a result of the investigation on the news “Give a report card”, reporter Fatmanur Boylu was fired.
Reporter Fatmanur Boylu, whose job Habertürk was fired after reporting on the report card, said, “My conscience is clear because I am confident in myself, what I do and my journalism.
CLICK | HaberTürk shared the raw footage of the “give a report card” news
CLICK | The boy who was handed a microphone at the butcher: My mother bought meat as a report card gift
CLICK | The boy’s mother, who said that “meat was bought for him as a report card gift,” spoke to Sabah: We are not poor; we have a house, a car
CLICK | Investigation into the news ‘My mother received meat as a report card gift’
CLICK | HaberTürk dismisses the reporter who made the news “Give a report card gift”
CLICK | Statement from Fatmanur Boylu, whose employment was terminated by HaberTürk after his news: My conscience is at ease, I am confident in my journalism