What Went Wrong?

November 24, 2009 • Ethics and Quality, Specialist Journalism • by

CrisisCovering the Crisis,” a conference organized by the EJC, focuses on the media’s role in the financial crisis.

Colossal failures in predicting the crash and reporting on Wall Street lie at the center of discussion. In her analysis, Cristina Romero writes, “The growing distance between the journalism industry, which is insufficiently funded, and public relations teams, often sophisticated and powerful lobby machines, is worsening the confrontation between the interests of the two.”

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