consumers are still happy to read news that isn’t sourced ethically, and until consumers pressure the media companies they consume from to pick up their game, there’s no incentive to change.
For freelancers, timely pay could be a matter of survival.
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Not much incentive for companies — or public media — to offer ethical news, either. First world states could offer lower tax rates, while third world states could receive aid priority. Public media gain acceptance into a new global framework for whole-of-world journalism, and drive an independent 4th Estate. This could include so-called ethnic or, more accurately, ‘diaspora’ media.

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