At the Newseum, a Test of Media Ethics An interactive game at Washington's new museum of media challenges visitors to think carefully about journalistic ethics. Two teams of players race to fill a newspaper's front page by answering a series of questions about the dos and don'ts of ethical reporting.
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At the Newseum, a Test of Media Ethics

At the Newseum, a Test of Media Ethics

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Paul Sparrow, vice president of broadcasting and programs at the Newseum, talks about an interactive ethics game at Washington, D.C.'s new museum of journalism.

Two teams of players race to fill a newspaper's front page by answering a series of questions about the dos and don'ts of ethical reporting.