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  College of Journalism
Last updated: 13 February, 2009 - Published 16:56 GMT
BBC World Service
Expert advice on impartiality, neutrality, accuracy and the right use of language in mass-media.
Allan Little
Translating is an important part of what we do. And translating needs to be done in an organised manner.
On radio, if your pronunciation is incorrect, a lot of the meaning of what you intended to say is irreparably lost.
How does a BBC journalist deal with his own opinions when he is in front of the microphone?

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