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When going thought the list of choices I had, finding one I could write about was very difficult for me. Even though picking the last one would have been the easy choice, I was way too intrigued with the first two. These two choices were not simple I would or would not type of answers, but ones that you had to take a deep look into the question. Pick number one was: You are the news director of a local television station. The city council has just voted to close city parks 3 days a week to save money. Meanwhile, a major celebrity has died. The park story has greater effect on your viewers, but the celebrity death will get bigger ratings? Which do you make your lead story and why? I would like to say I would pick the story that affected the area the most, yet in truth I would pick the one that would keep my job. A man or a woman who worked hard to get in position of news director would have trouble making any other choice. Does this person lack courage? No, it only states that they are doing what is best for them and their family. Do you really expect a person to risk their job for a news story about parks closing? This goes back to my statement in one of my discussion questions: The moral argument has been around a lot longer. It has seem that throughout a civilization life span you will see its rise on unmoral
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2012 for the course INFORMATIO IT/205 taught by Professor Dr.reginahenry during the Winter '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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