Detailed info for site: ethics.journalism.wisc.edu
First archived on: 2014-10-31
Page Rank (on archived date): 5
Title: Center for Journalism Ethics
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Original web address: http://ethics.journalism.wisc.edu/
Description: This section provides an overview of ethics and journalism ethics. It identifies the major approaches to ethics and models of ethical reasoning. The nature of ethics Range of ethics Theoreti...
... Kristensen October 15 2014 Rolling Stone journalist and Koch Industries exchange barbs over fairness A Rolling Stone s contributing editor and Koch Industries recently got into a battle of conflicting reports regarding Koch Industries practices and history raising questions of subjectivity and objectivity Tim Dickinson a contributing editor for Rolling Stone writing primarily on National Affairs recently wrote an in depth story outlining how Charles and David Koch the CEO and By Dave Wilcox October 9 2014 Campaign season raises ethical issues of press access plagiarism and fairness As candidates enter the last month of campaigning in this election season seemingly perennial ethical issues between journalists and candidates as well as between candidates themselves are once again presenting themselves around the country One need look no further than our local Wisconsin media this week to find charges of credentialed journalists being denied access By Dave Wilcox October 8 2014 Center for Journalism Ethics 2015 Conference to focus on Sports Journalism The Center for Journalism Ethics will address the topic of ethics in sports journalism at our seventh annual conference which will be held April 10 2015 at Union South on the University of Wisconsin Madison campus The conference titled Fair or Foul Ethics and Sports Journalism will feature Robert Lipsyte veteran sports journalist author and current ombudsman By Julia Jacobson May 19 2014 Conference 2014 through the eyes of an undergraduate journalism student As an undergraduate journalism student I spend much of my time generating stories and little time reflecting on the bigger questions of my writing Finishing projects under a deadline or contacting just the right person for a quote often seems more important than debating the pros and cons of drone technology But working with the By Meredith Lee May 19 2014 Conference 2014 keynote Media Minefields Journalism National Security and the Right to Know Eric Lichtblau a Pulitzer Prize winning reporter in the Washington Bureau of The New York Times challenged government pressure and prosecution of journalists in the name of national security and instead encouraged journalists to continue publishing stories to widen the ongoing debate regarding national security in his keynote address Media Minefields Journalism National Security and the By Staff May 1 2014 Goldman Apuzzo Bridis and AP are 2014 recipients of the Center for Journalism Ethics Shadid Award 2014 Shadid Award Winner Associated Press Adam Goldman Matt Apuzzo and Ted Bridis Missing American in Iran was on unapproved mission The AP s Adam Goldman received a tip from a confidential source that turned out to be the story of an American who disappeared in 2007 on what the U S government always maintained was a By Julia Jacobson updated by Dave Wilcox April 30 2014 Email exchanges suggest CNN s Chicagoland producers collaborated with Mayor Rahm Emanuel According to the Chicago Tribune Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel had an instrumental hand in shaping certain scenes of CNN s supposedly unscripted documentary Chicagoland The Tribune reviewed more than 700 emails which reveal that the producers worked...
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