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Media Credibility

How can we as a media body (journalism, TV, radio, etc.) be credible to our readers, auditors and audience by giving accurate information in order to reach transparency with our audience?

 

We have to face the reality that to some extent it becomes a dilemma to get accurate information especially in developing countries where such information is still kept from the media. 

 

Thus the question is, for how long will we continue to be fooled? 

 

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