This second edition of Ethics in the News, Trust in Ethical Journalism, looks at how the communications revolution is continuing to pose more questions than answers over a public crisis of confidence, both in democracy and in sources of public information.
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This report is part of an ongoing programme of the EJN to raise awareness within media on the importance of ethical standards. The views of the authors are very much their own and do not necessarily reflect the settled policy of the EJN.