A panel of journalists, including Scott Lettieri, news reporter for KGO radio, and Lowell Bergman, a former producer of "60 Minutes," talk about the election of 2012 and the ethical guidelines governing print, online and broadcast journalism, as well as talk radio. They discuss how the public can become more discerning in evaluating what it reads, sees and hears.
Lowell Bergman, Director of the Investigative Reporting Program, is also a producer and correspondent for the PBS documentary series Frontline, and the Reva and David Logan Distinguished Chair in Investigative Journalism at the Graduate School of Journalism.
Knight Ridder/San Jose Mercury News Endowed Chair for Journalism in the Public Interest and Markkula Center for Applied Ethics Scholar, Santa Clara University
Scott Lettieri is a news reporter at KGO radio.
Columnist, San Francisco Chronicle; Commentator, KCBS Radio and CBS 5 Television
Scott Lettieri, news reporter for KGO radio, speculates whether an objective truth exists in journalism. Acknowledging that journalists strive for complete and absolute truth, Lettieri declares that citizens should synthesize all avenues of media and news to find it.