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Clark Hoyt, Barney Calame, and Margaret Sullivan will speak next month at ASU. (Credit: BusinessJournalism.org, SABEW, screenshot)

Three New York Times public editors — past public editors Clark Hoyt and Barney Calame and current public editor Margaret Sullivan — are scheduled to discuss ethics at an upcoming journalism symposium hosted by the Society of American Business Editors and Writers in Phoenix.

According to a post on the Reynolds Center’s website, the October 24-25 event is “open to the public” but requires registration.  It will be at Arizona State University’s Cronkite School of Journalism.

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The event will also include a talk by Arizona State University professor Aaron Brown on “Ethics in a World of Changing Media,” and a talk by fellow ASU professor Rick Rodriguez on “media ethics of covering immigration and border strife.”

Check out the tentative schedule on the Society of American Business Editors and Writers’ website.

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