j310 case-pioneer press

j310 case-pioneer press - sound 13 Professional principles...

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08/30/08 1 Theme: News in the local community Case: Minnesota basketball cheating case
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08/30/08 2 Alias: “St. Paul confidential”
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08/30/08 3 Land of 10,000 lakes
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08/30/08 4 A nice town
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08/30/08 5 Lake Wobegon
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08/30/08 6 Gopher pride
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08/30/08 7 Meanwhile, in Wisconsin….
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08/30/08 8 Gophers meet the press
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08/30/08 10 The case facts: The community context The role of sports in a community The athletic situation and violations The news media context The Pioneer-Press players The story
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08/30/08 11 Key figures: George Dohrmann, reporter Emilio Garcia-Ruiz, sports editor Walker Lundy, editor Jan Gangelhoff, source Elayne Donahue, confirming source Clem Haskins, Gopher coach
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08/30/08 12 Discussion questions: How well justified was the paper’s decision to run the story when it did? Was the public’s response reasonable? Would a fuller explanation from the paper made a difference? Were the decisions about handling the story professionally and ethically
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Unformatted text preview: sound? 08/30/08 13 Professional principles to remember • A news organization doing its job will come into conflict with other community leaders and members (loyalty) • Competition can improve journalism (but doesn’t always) • Closeness to the source and community can enhance and impede good reporting? (independence) • The more controversial a story the greater the need for solid evidence and explanation (verification) • Journalists must balance truth with being fair (conscience) 08/30/08 14 What makes good journalism? Columbia University President George Rupp (right) presents George Dohrmann with The 2000 Pulitzer Prize for Beat Reporting. 08/30/08 15 Back in Minnesota 08/30/08 16 Final word (again): integrity • In journalism • In society • In yourself • Bottom line: the professional with integrity can live with a decision...
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