What would you do if your newsroom has been reporting on a high-profile missing girl for months. She returns, putting her face and name back into the news, only to have accusations surface of sexual assault. Do you still use her name? That was the issue recently facing New Hampshire Public Radio. News director Sarah Ashworth discussed how they grappled with covering the story.
NPR’s senior editor of standards and practices Mark Memmott offers the top ten sticky ethical issues that surface regularly at the network. You can check out his Power Point here