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Tag: TV news ethics

1 10/17/2016

At Seattle TV stations, health “news” increasingly consists of PR for area hospitals

10 6/18/2015

Questions about Mayo Clinic deal with Minneapolis TV station


Atlanta TV station has newsmen promoting prostate cancer screening


Troublesome ethical issues in TV news personality targeting high school sports for cancer fundraising


Troubling TV news ethical issue – often on health news – now being reviewed by FCC


Many old ethical questions arise about new St. Louis TV news-hospital partnership


Another breach of ethics with major market TV health news


Another example of questionable local TV ethics regarding health programming


TV news directors make another bad deal on health care news

4 2/20/2008

Another case of paid-for "fake" TV health news