journalistic autonomy

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A professional principle among journalists that they should not be swayed by interested parties, especially if they stand to lose or gain by a story. This includes criticism or advice from management staff outside of the profession of journalism: for example, their publisher. See also freedom of the press.

Subjects: Media Studies.

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