Freebies and moonlighting in local tv news: Perceptions of news directors

Journal of Mass Media Ethics 4 (2):232 – 248 (1989)

Abstract

Television news directors were questioned about their interpretations and implementation of new Radio?Television News Directors Association (RTNDA) guidelines covering potential conflicts of interest such as moonlighting and acceptance of freebies. Nearly half responded that accepting gifts of value is prohibited, but that moonlighting is more acceptable, under certain conditions. Freebies appear most acceptable when they make possible coverage of otherwise inaccessible areas

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