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Participants of the Center for International Media Ethics’s April 18 – 19 media ethics forum in Bhutan called for “a strong media ethics,” according to Kuensel Online.

At the conference, Bhutan’s information and communication secretary Dasho Kinley Dorji called for journalists to keep “sensationalism, materialism and consumeralism” out of journalism, according to Kuensel Online.

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Journalism professor Teresa Allen also called for journalists to feature “truth, respect to privacy, loyalty, humanity and responsibility” to their reporting, according to Kuensel Online, and said on media ethics:

“Media ethics isn’t black or white, it’s grey. The need to tell the truth is an important media ethics.”

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Bhutan Journalists Advised Against Sensationalism, Materialism, Invasion of Privacy

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