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Crash Reporting, Colorado Clarity, Ferguson, Slave Fishing

3to5 Ethics Briefs Poynter’s Benjamin Mullin summarizes NPR’s ethics stance in reporting one aspect of the preliminary investigation reports of the German airliner crash in “NPR Editor: Be Careful Using ‘Suicide’ in Germanwings Case.” The report is a summary of the post of Mark Memmott, the network’s standards and practices editor. • • • The Columbia Journalism Review reports that The Gazette, the daily newspaper in Colorado Springs, in promoting [&hellip

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Media Sponsorship, Data Request Tips, Apology for Errors, Plagiarism Charge

3to5 Ethics Briefs Independent media journalist Jim Romenesko reports that a Florida daily newspaper has signed a three-year deal at $30,000 a year to be sole print media sponsor of both athletic and academic events at a university in “Tampa Bay Times Pays $90,000 to Sponsor University of South Florida Events.” The article has links to the contract and the newspaper’s own announcement. • • • Kristen Hare has compiled for [&hellip

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Mexican Press, IndyCar Promotion, Territorial Enterprise, Durst Ethics

3to5 Ethics Briefs Sandra Dibble of U-T San Diego (formerly the Union-Tribune) reports in “Mexican Politicians Accuse Media of Extortion: State Governor, Five Mayors Take on Owners of Tijuana’s Frontera Newspaper” that six elected officials in Mexico’s Baja California state bought a full-page advertisement in it claiming that it and two other newspapers all owned by Grupo Healy used blackmail for revenue. Owner Juan F. Healy responded with a front-page [&hellip

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