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? There have been some disturbing examples of ethics getting lost in the world of freelancing. Join Studio SPJ host Holly Fisher as she talks with freelancer Jeff Cutler and SPJ’s Ethics Committee Chairman Kevin Smith on the ethics of freelancing. Tune in at 3 p.m. (EST) Monday, Dec. 19. Listen online and call in to join the conversation: 347-857-2441.

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