Skills, issues and ethics featured by IRE panelists

July 1999
IRE Journal;Jul99, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p4
Highlights the ethical issues on journalism discussed at the meeting of `The Investigative Reporters and Editors Journal' panelists in Kansas City, Missouri. Views of Michael Iskoff, an investigative reporter from `Newsweek,' on journalistic ethics; Reporting and writing techniques given by the panelists.


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