Corruption resources (PDF document with links)
Ah, it used to be so simple. Journalists were people who published news and information. And they abided by a code that we all understood. Independence. Editorial oversight. Objectivity. Today, of course, that model is dead, dead, dead. Anyone can publish. But “journalistic” structures often carry some vestigal ethos from real journalism, simply by using […]
Here is my slide deck from my presentation in Chicago on July 20. Thanks for attending! Disclosure of Material Connections from David Kamerer
If you’re writing a blog or social media post and have received free product, services or enjoy a business relationship, you need to disclose it to your readers. Face it; you write for them and they deserve to know. It’s also the law, as the Federal Trade Commission has issued clear instructions on what constitutes […]
This is the handout from the Sept. 14 meeting of the Chicago chapter of the Public Relations Society of America meeting. View more documents from David Kamerer.