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Ethics Of Live Broadcasting

Callum Gilmour, Assistant Lecturer, School of Arts and Social Sciences, Monash University

14-Jun-21 17:00

Ethics Of Live Broadcasting

A live converage of Denmark midfielder, Christian Eriksen, collapsing and receiving chest compressions during the Euro 2020 game has garnered worldwide criticism for displaying the distressing incident. We look at the impact broadcasting these situations has and what the media's responsibility is in reporting them.

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Produced by: Adeline Choong, Alia Zefri

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn


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