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Presentation from APME NewsTrain workshop in San Diego, Sept. 23-24, 2008.

Presentation from APME NewsTrain workshop in San Diego, Sept. 23-24, 2008.


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  • 1. 1 Ethics and Values in the Digital Age Mark Briggs | The News Tribune | Journalism 2.0
  • 2. 2 New territory
  • 3. 2 New territory Comments on stories, blogs
  • 4. 2 New territory Comments on stories, blogs Databases
  • 5. 2 New territory Comments on User generated stories, blogs content Databases
  • 6. 2 New territory Comments on User generated stories, blogs content Databases Video, slideshows
  • 7. 2 New territory Comments on User generated stories, blogs Breaking news content Databases Video, slideshows
  • 8. 2 New territory Comments on User generated stories, blogs Breaking news content Databases Video, slideshows Mobile reporting
  • 9. 3 Competition vs. Friends
  • 10. 4 Commercial journalism?
  • 11. 5 What are your policies? New tools bring new questions.
  • 12. 5 What are your policies? Can staff blogs contain opinion? New tools bring new questions.
  • 13. 5 What are your policies? Can staff blogs contain opinion? Can you edit a comment on a news story or a message board? New tools bring new questions.
  • 14. 5 What are your policies? Can staff blogs contain opinion? Can you edit a comment on a news story or a message board? Can you use personal information to contact someone who registers on your site? New tools bring new questions.
  • 15. 5 What are your policies? Can staff blogs contain opinion? Can you edit a comment on a news story or a message board? Can you use personal information to contact someone who registers on your site? New tools bring new questions. Can you post news that is rumor or speculation, before you have facts?
  • 16. 6 Ask these questions to make good ethical decisions Source: Bob Steele, Poynter Institute
  • 17. 6 Ask these questions to make good ethical decisions What do I know? What do I need to know? Source: Bob Steele, Poynter Institute
  • 18. 6 Ask these questions to make good ethical decisions What do I know? What do I need to know? What is my journalistic purpose? Source: Bob Steele, Poynter Institute
  • 19. 6 Ask these questions to make good ethical decisions What do I know? What do I need to know? What is my journalistic purpose? What are my ethical concerns? Source: Bob Steele, Poynter Institute
  • 20. 6 Ask these questions to make good ethical decisions What do I know? What do I need to know? What is my journalistic purpose? What are my ethical concerns? What organizational policies and professional guidelines should I consider? Source: Bob Steele, Poynter Institute
  • 21. 6 Ask these questions to make good ethical decisions What do I know? What do I need How can I include other people, to know? with different perspectives and diverse ideas, in the process? What is my journalistic purpose? What are my ethical concerns? What organizational policies and professional guidelines should I consider? Source: Bob Steele, Poynter Institute
  • 22. 6 Ask these questions to make good ethical decisions What do I know? What do I need How can I include other people, to know? with different perspectives and diverse ideas, in the process? What is my journalistic purpose? What if the roles were reversed? What are my ethical concerns? How would I feel if I were in the shoes of the stakeholders? What organizational policies and professional guidelines should I consider? Source: Bob Steele, Poynter Institute
  • 23. 6 Ask these questions to make good ethical decisions What do I know? What do I need How can I include other people, to know? with different perspectives and diverse ideas, in the process? What is my journalistic purpose? What if the roles were reversed? What are my ethical concerns? How would I feel if I were in the shoes of the stakeholders? What organizational policies and professional guidelines should I What are the possible consider? consequences of my actions? Short term? Long term? Source: Bob Steele, Poynter Institute
  • 24. 7
  • 25. 7 And don’t forget ...
  • 26. 7 How will this decision affect the brand? And don’t forget ...
  • 27. 7 How will this decision affect the brand? Will this decision improve my social capital? And don’t forget ...
  • 28. 7 How will this decision affect the brand? Will this decision improve my social capital? Can we provide complete transparency? And don’t forget ...
  • 29. 8 Welcome to a new frontier
  • 30. 9 Ethics and Values in the Digital Age Slides available at slideshare.net/markbriggs Mark Briggs | mark@journalism20.com