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6 January 2013
at 1:05 p.m.
We shouldn’t blame the CDP for selling newspapers. That is their job after all. Would you accuse a real estate agent of selling real estate? In my opinion, the problem is the method used to create the sales. What is truly lacking is a sound understanding of journalistic integrity by the CDP. Moffat County deserves a higher level of service. Here is a link to the Society of Professional Journalists webpage which lists their code of ethics.http://www.spj.org/ethicscode.aspIt is the editor’s responsibility to oversee the publication and maintain the integrity of the business. This responsibility is not being fulfilled to a satisfactory level. As a result of this, the community is being shortchanged.I find it sadly amusing that the CDP solicits members for their editorial board. The invitation is publically presented, but the published editorial board meeting time almost guarantees that most all working citizens of Moffat County are excluded. What does the CDP fear? Will they obtain a balanced mix of thought and opinion from their readership?I challenge Bryce to read, understand, and enforce a code of ethics for the CDP. Not a few select sections of the code, but the code in its entirety. The only way to achieve the goal of becoming a trusted and respected publication is to follow a code of ethics. Bryce, are you up to the challenge?
5 January 2013
at 4:41 p.m.
Express your disappointment with your wallet. Don't buy the Daily Press. Tell the local businesses that you shop with to stop buying ads through the Daily Press as well.The Press is in business to sell papers, not provide us with unbiased news. If you don't like the manner in which they do it, don't support the paper and/or write to the owners of the publication letting them know of your disgust.
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