In any journalism school, you are always told that being objective and non-partisan is what makes you a good journalist. Once you graduate and start working, it's the same thing. Objectivity is considered sacred in journalism.
But honestly, can objectivity ever exist in anything we do, much less in journalism? In reality, journalists can only strive to be as objective as possible; or here's a much better phrase - strive their best to portray themselves and their stories as objectively as possible.