July 2006
Campaign;7/21/2006, Issue 29, p13
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the significance of professional ethics in mass media. Umberto Brindani, editor of the journal "Chi," recently allowed the publication of a photograph of late Diana, Princess of Wales, receiving oxygen after suffering fatal injuries in a car crash. Last year, the British media gave huge publicity to an event in which a 20-year-old student Daniel Pollen was stabbed to death in Romford, London, England.


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