The News at Any Cost: How Journalists Compromise Their Ethics to Shape the News

The News at Any Cost: How Journalists Compromise Their Ethics to Shape the News

Author: 
Tom Goldstein

Former reporter for The New York Times, Tom Goldstein, shares details about how far journalists will go to get a good story.

Book Excerpt: 
". . .It is inevitable that in their search for the spontaneous and the unrehearsed, journalists jeopardize the rights and privacy of others. Sometimes they go too far. . ."
Year of Publication: 
Thu, 1985-08-01
Book Publisher: 
Simon and Schuster