To Tell You the Truth: The Ethical Journalism Initiative
by Aidan White
Publisher: International Federation of Journalists 2008
Number of pages: 196
The Ethical Journalism Initiative outlined in this book provides support for journalists who are keeping an ethical flame alive in the profession. In these pages are many warnings about the dangers. There is also encouragement for those who are ready to stand up for journalism and confirmation, in the age of convergence of traditional and new media, that the act of journalism as a public good will not survive on any platform without commitment to ethics and values.
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