Get Credit for the Ethics and Fairness Behind Your Election Coverage

Presented at ONA20
September 30, 2020
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Journalists have ethics? No way? As a journalist, you know how hard you work to be fair and ethical, but do your users? Probably not. Get tips on how you can discuss your ethics and fairness this election season.

This is part of a five-part series created for ONA20 Everywhere by Trusting News, a nonprofit research and training project that empowers journalists to demonstrate credibility and earn trust, . You can watch all five parts now here! The series can be watched in any order, and none of the videos are longer than five minutes. While the series uses the lens of political coverage to share why and how to defend your journalism, the concepts shared are applicable to any area of reporting

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Lynn Walsh
Assistant Director, Trusting News
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