Clearing Misconceptions about Media Self- Regulation

Each time a new scandal threatens the credibility of the entire media industry, journalists and editors argue that only self-regulation can hold people accountable without threatening freedom of speech. We do not disagree. But there seems to be some confusion about what self-regulation and accountability means. A scandal in American media last week provides a useful example of how . . . → Read More: Clearing Misconceptions about Media Self- Regulation