JEA listed among key ethics and media law resources
JEA has been listed as a part of key media law and ethics resources by journalism degree.org titled 100 Key Ethics & Media Law Resources for Journalists.
“Modern journalists, and anyone else working in the media, have thorny ethical issues to contend with,” Kara James wrote in a letter notifying JEA president Mark Newton of the compilation. “The sites,organizations and articles listed here are good places for journalists (or journalism students) to learn more about the legal and ethical landscape of their field.”
The site for the compilation is http://journalismdegree.org/media-law-ethics/ .
Among other organizations listed include:
• Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press
• Society of Professional journalists Ethics Handbook
• Nieman Journalism lab
JEA’s link is to the general website. Other JEA links would include the Press Rights Commission and the law and ethics curriculum for JEA members.