Thu, 04/27/2017 - 05:07

12 May 2014
Most news outlets publishing robot-made content are so far choosing not to inform readers about their use of the software, a decision that contradicts one of journalism’s most valuable ethical
06 May 2014
When The Globe and Mail paid $10,000 for Rob Ford photos, it may have confused the public interest with what the public may be interested in seeing, writes Langara College journalism instructor Ross
05 May 2014
How exactly would an editor rationalize a decision to unpublish? What alternatives are available? The Canadian Association of Journalists ethics committee took an actual unpublishing request made to
05 May 2014
Should journalists inform sources of potential risks of sharing information through the media? Do people understand what’s at stake in talking to journalists?
02 May 2014
Professional news organizations and associations are seeking—or forced?— to rewrite their codes of ethics in the face of overwhelming change to journalism. From the start, citizens should be invited
01 May 2014
The Globe and Mail ’s new editor-in-chief, David Walmsley, said the newspaper purchased the photos from a self-admitted drug dealer because “there was a requirement for us to be able to prove our
24 April 2014
Following the controversy of prominent journalists Peter Mansbridge and Rex Murphy accepting payments from members of the oil industry, CBC has made several changes to its policies about paid
21 April 2014
There is no magic formula for ensuring a civil exchange of relevant ideas and opinions. Setting the ground rules, monitoring the conversation and being engaged in it can go long way to achieving that
21 April 2014
Setting the ground rules, monitoring the conversation and being engaged in it can go long way to achieving that goal, says a report by the Canadian Association of Journalists’ ethics advisory

Pages

Subscribe to Ethics

J-Source and ProjetJ are publications of the Canadian Journalism Project, a venture among post-secondary journalism schools and programs across Canada, led by Ryerson University, Université Laval and Carleton University and supported by a group of donors.