Ethics & Journalism

April 22, 2010 at 7:25 pm

Peter Shaplen, Blattel Communication’s chief strategist, recently posted a great entry on “Ethics and Journalism.”  The post discusses the decision by the Gannett newspaper chain to allow a sports team to report on itself “Reporter and Players Wearing Same Colors,” which raise serious questions about independence, unbiased news and trustworthiness.

–          Chuck Brown

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