Here is an interesting read from The Guardian Media on publishers giving advice to journalists on how to conduct themselves ethically.
Not that I am ranting or otherwise, but I have run into a fair share of publishers who should’ve paid attention when ethics class was taught.
The fact of the matter is ethics is losing its foothold on journalism today. The need to be fast and first has pushed journalism ethics to the threshold and there needs to be a reigning in.
Journalists should be required to take media ethics, perhaps every year. Editors and publishers should not be excused from it either.
Anyway, enough of that. Here is the read from The Guardian