The transcripts of the official inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the press. More…

Can I just stress that we are adapting courses all the time for the changes in the business. We've just introduced a virtually compulsory module in our teaching which we've called entrepreneurial journalism. This is not about ethics but what it does is teach young journalists what it's going to be like if they find themselves, say, in a small Internet start-up. If they go and work in a small Internet start-up, that may not be regulated by anyone, or it may be regulated by someone. It will vary. And therefore you have to have a basis of the ethics teaching which is independent of the machinery that they may encounter, or the circumstances they may encounter because they are -- this is the point I'd really like to try and get across -- changing very rapidly.

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