A collaborative project to share standards across management, culture, reporting and fundraising in public media. Step one of The Code of Editorial Integrity: Commit yourself to quality work.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on November 21, 2012
Topics: Policy, Resources Tags: Center for Public Broadcasting, Editorial, Ethics, Journalism Integrity
Ten key ethical challenges in political journalism heating up in the 2012 election year, from social to data to bringing more truth to the system.
Posted by Emily Harris on September 28, 2012
Topics: Blog, Craft Tags: Citizen Sources, Data Visualization, Ethics, Fact-Checking, Government Accountability, Kent State, Politics, Privacy, Public Opinion Polling, Social Media, Transparency
A solid resource offering expert advice, annual training and connections for further learning. Explore workshop archives for insight on ethics in sports reporting, innovation, and media values.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on August 24, 2012
Topics: Craft, Resources Tags: Academy, Education, Ethics, First Amendment, Journalism Education, Law, Research, Training
Real experiences of news entrepreneurs make J-Lab's living ethics guide a smart source to work through new challenges. Including sections on police, privacy, advertising and conversation.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on August 16, 2012
Topics: Community, Craft, Resources Tags: Best Practices, Ethics, Guide, J-Lab, Local News, News Entrepreneurs
A weekly public radio show slicing deep into issues of media literacy and journalism. Podcast OTM to stay up to speed on the forces at work shaping journalism today.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on January 27, 2012
Topics: Community, Craft, Education, Policy, Resources Tags: Bob Garfield, Brooke Gladstone, Ethics, Media Literacy, Podcasts, Public Radio
For more than 35 years, “thousands of journalists, teachers and members of the public have come to Poynter to learn” how to make smart journalism work.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on January 12, 2012
Topics: Craft, Education, Resources Tags: Academy, Digital Media, Ethics, Journalism Ethics, Media Literacy, Poynter, Research, Training
Established in 1975, IRE is a dedicated professional organization for reporters, offering 1000s of reporting tip sheets, tools and training to help you deliver great investigative journalism.
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on December 16, 2011
Topics: Community, Education, Resources, Technology Tags: CensusIRE, DocumentCloud, Editing, Ethics, Investigative Journalism, Missouri School of Journalism, National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting, NICAR, Professionalism, Reporting
WNC describes itself as “an independent, nonprofit, statewide organization whose members share a common belief that fair, accurate and balanced news media are vital to our democracy.” It was founded in 1998. John Hamer, its president and executive director, has been at the helm since its inception. He is a former associate editorial-page editor at...
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on April 14, 2011
Topics: Craft, Experiments, Resources, Technology Tags: Ethics
InvestigateWest says it “rose from the ashes of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer” but prides itself on not being “limited by those roots.” Founded in July 2009, it is a nonprofit organization dedicated to investigative and narrative journalism whose mission statement says, in part: The old model for supporting and conducting public service journalism has collapsed. Thousands of traditional...
Posted by Journalism Accelerator on April 13, 2011
Topics: Community, Craft, Experiments, Resources Tags: Ethics, Seattle