Todays journalistic ethics
Ariadne has asked me to speak to you about the journalistic ethics of today's reporters.
But first I'd like to thank my great nephew Ethan who will be helping me publish my thoughts on the computer. I am using a new invention that allows me to speak and the words appear on the television screen.
When I started as a young reporter in the first world war, we did not have such inventions. We gathered our news and transmitted it over telephones if we were lucky. Todays generation has it easy. Much too easy in my view.
In the old times it took real guts to report on British aggression against German troops but old man Caen wanted it and thats what I did. Todays reporters dont know what their doing with their computers and their portable phones.
Thats all Ethan just put it on the computer just do it.