Story Correction

IT'S THE POLICY OF W-L-T-Z N-B-C 38 NEWS TO ACCURATELY REPORT ON NEWS EVENTS IN OUR AREA.
IN DOING SO, W-L-T-Z N-B-C 38 NEWS MAKES EVERY EFFORT TO REPORT ON ALL SIDES OF EVERY STORY.
HOWEVER, THERE IS A REPORT THAT WE NEED TO REVISIT AND LET THE OTHER SIDE SPEAK.
ON JANUARY 28TH WE REPORTED ON A FIRE IN AN APARTMENT COMPLEX LOCATED ON STARK AVENUE IN COLUMBUS.
AT THAT TIME WE REPORTED THE COMMENTS OF VIVIAN STOLLER OF PREMIER REALTY, THE OWNER OF THE APARTMENT COMPLEX.
SHE TOLD OUR REPORTER THAT JORDAN ELECTRIC SAID THAT THEY DID NOT NEED TO HAVE ANY MORE WORK DONE AT THE PRESENT TIME.
IN OUR EFFORT TO GET THE STORY OUT TO THE PUBLIC IN A TIMELY MANNER, WLTZ NBC 38 NEWS DID NOT CONTACT JORDAN ELECTRIC TO VERIFY THE STATEMENT MADE BY VIVIAN STOLLER.
AFTERWARDS, WE WERE CONTACTED BY JORDAN ELECTRIC OWNER WADE JORDAN THROUGH HIS SPOKESPERSON… AND GIVEN THE FOLLOWING WRITTEN STATEMENT.
“ACCORDING TO MR. JORDAN, JORDAN ELECTRIC PERFORMED WORK AT THE APARTMENT COMPLEX EIGHT MONTHS AGO.
AT SUCH TIME, AND ACCORDING TO MISTER JORDAN, JORDAN ELECTRIC MADE MS. STOLLER AWARE THAT ADDITIONAL ELECTRICAL REPAIRS WERE NECESSARY.
HOWEVER, ACCORDING TO MR. JORDAN, MS. STOLLER AND PREMIER REALTY HAVE NOT REQUESTED THAT JORDAN ELECTRIC PERFORM ANY ADDITIONAL ELECTRICAL WORK REQUIRED SINCE THE ORIGINAL WORK WAS PERFORMED”.
AGAIN, IT IS OUR POLICY TO PRESENT ALL SIDES OF THE STORY, AND IN THIS CASE WE ORIGINALLY DID NOT, BUT WE ARE GLAD MR. JORDAN CONTACTED US IN ORDER FOR US GIVE YOU HIS SIDE OF THE STORY AND FOR US TO BRING CLARIFICATION TO THE REPORT.