Monthly Archive: December 2011

Stay Tuned: Scenes From Studio SPJ | December 21st, 2011 | #, #, #, #
More ethics training needed

More education, training and discussion is needed so journalists – especially new college graduates – have a solid understanding of ethical behavior and potential conflicts of interest. Continue reading

Stay Tuned: Scenes From Studio SPJ | December 18th, 2011 | #, #
The Ethics of Freelancing

More and more journalists are turning to freelancing but does that mean they abandon their ethics simply because they aren’t employed by a single news outlet? Continue reading

Classrooms and Newsrooms: The J-Education Forum | December 9th, 2011 | #
China’s News Broadcaster and a Thesis

Before I arrived at West Texas A&M as a faculty member in the Department of Communication, I was teaching in Seoul, South Korea. I had really great cable television service, so I kept up with the day’s events through several English-language news networks and programs: the BBC, CNN International, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Arirang TV (based in Korea) and China Central Television (CCTV). Continue reading