Tue, 15 April 2014
In this episode, we review the recent scandal revealed by Canadaland Podcaster Jesse Brown about the conflicts of interest between CBC personalities Rex Murphy and The Nation host Peter Mansbridge, and Alberta oil sands interests that hired them for private speaking engagements. Though considered reporter's ethics "Disclosure 101", according to Brown, why are these two—at least—not disclosing the money they earn from these private events? And what lesson can be extrapolated from this scandal to the fact that private money funds all commercial news gathering and presentation?
Direct download: Conslicked_of_Interest.mp3
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