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When to Ask for a Media Retraction and When to Bite Your Tongue


I recall a finance class in first year when someone mentioned ethics. and the professor promptly wrote the word “ethics” in really tiny letters in a corner of the chalkboard. That’s where ethics belong,” he said, only half-jokingly. The win inspired Metro News , a local tabloid, to profile dpms in a feature story.

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What to do when PR Pros accidentally spread misinformation – Kelsey Bohl

Ethical Voices

She discusses a number of important ethics issues, including: Why corporations need to be careful they aren’t the ones spreading misinformation Ethics of data analysis Why PR pros need to change their definition of media Tell us more about your career and yourself? I did data communications for our local, state and national reporting.

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