Skip to comments.Navigating the New Ethics of Local Journalism [Rush Limbaugh Caller Upset at Local Hacks]
Posted on 01/15/2013 11:37:32 AM PST by SoFloFreeper
With journalism entrepreneurs launching local news startups at a rapid pace, the local news landscape is evolving and so are the rules of the road guiding ethical decisions.
Where a bright ethical line once separated a newsroom from its business operations, one person now often wears multiple hats, as editor, business manager and grants writer. Site publishers navigate new kinds of critical decisions daily. This guide examines a number of them. You can click to any topic in any order. Or, you can cruise through the Table of Contents.
On every page you'll find a box that says, "Share your story." We invite you to weigh in with an ethical problem you faced and your solution. Your participation will help inform a work in progress.
(Excerpt) Read more at j-lab.org ...
Christie "woke up" at that moment.
Christie has given a voice to something I've been saying here on FR for a while: that local journalists can be and often ARE just as biased as most national networks
But we have more leverage with the local papers, radio staions, and tv stations....let's make sure we are HEARD!
What about bloggers?
I thought you didn't like bloggers. :p
They’re not “low infomation voters”... instead, they are ignorant, lazy, apathetic individuals who are too stupid or indifferent to take an interest in educating themselves about the policies, laws, politicians, and other societal ills that adversely impact not only their life, but those of their spouse and children. Idiots.
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