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Conflict between government and media is analyzed

What is the relationship between a free press and the people‚Äôs government? And if it needs to be changed, then what should it be? Those crucial questions are the focus of The Ethics of Politics and the Press, a daylong … Continue reading

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Award-winning St. Louis photographers discuss their craft

Ever wondered what it takes to shoot a quality news photograph? At noon on May 24, the St. Louis Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists will try to answer that question for you. Our monthly presentation that day will … Continue reading

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Muslims and the media, 10 years after Sept. 11

The 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks is approaching, and in the wake of global change wrought from those attacks one question arises to challenge journalistic notions of fairness, ethics and diversity: How have Muslims been portrayed in the … Continue reading

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SPJ national president: Ethics is key in WikiLeaks debate

Whether the nonprofit media site WikiLeaks practices journalism isn’t subject to debate, says SPJ national president Hagit Limor. Instead, it’s the ethics of dumping classified information online that needs review. “The real question all of us should be asking has … Continue reading

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