“To mark World Radio Day 2016 the Ethical Journalism Network has partnered with UNESCO to create a podcast to discuss the ethical issues that radio journalists face when covering conflicts, natural disasters and humanitarian crises.
In this podcast we speak to radio international correspondents and local journalists about their experiences covering earthquakes, typhoons, civil wars, genocide and elections with a special focus on female journalists and the importance of women getting access to accurate information in these circumstances.
The podcast is moderated by Aidan White, the director of the Ethical Journalism Network.
Marvie Matura is one of the panelists and a radio journalist from the Philippines who covered Typhoon Haiyan in 2013 and is also a member of International Association of Women in Radio and Television (IAWRT). Find about IAWRT’s work in the Philippines at http://www.iawrt.org/chapter/philippines.”
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UNESCO World Radio Day
Ethical Journalism Network Podcast for World Radio Day 2016