Challenges To Ethical Journalism In 2017 : NPR Ombudsman : NPR

Ryan Warner, Adrian Florido, Kelley Griffin, Elizabeth Jensen, Mark Memmott and Bob Steele talk media ethics at an event hosted by Colorado Public Radio.

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Ryan Warner, Adrian Florido, Kelley Griffin, Elizabeth Jensen, Mark Memmott and Bob Steele talk media ethics at an event hosted by Colorado Public Radio.

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Colorado Public Radio recently brought together a panel of news professionals in Denver to talk about journalism ethics. While a number of topics were touched upon, the allotted 90 minutes was hardly enough time to explore the many questions about how NPR and CPR journalists approach their work.

NPR Ombudsman Elizabeth Jensen, NPR Standards and Practices Editor Mark Memmott and Poynter Institute’s Bob Steele chat during a panel discussion hosted by Colorado Public Radio.

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NPR Ombudsman Elizabeth Jensen, NPR Standards and Practices Editor Mark Memmott and Poynter Institute’s Bob Steele chat during a panel discussion hosted by Colorado Public Radio.

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I joined NPR Code Switch reporter Adrian Florido, CPR Vice President of News Kelley Griffin,…

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