Commercialization of Journalism and Ethical Conflict
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This paper looks at the concept of news journalism in mass media, and demonstrates that the intrusion of commercial interests into journalism--and especially with the dominance of cable news programming--has created an ethical conflict which undermines the validity of our news.
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