WASHINGTON, Oct. 19, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Full Disclosure Network is re-releasing online an exclusive "Second Look" video originally recorded in 1994 that raises the question if there is public distrust of what's being presented by mainstream media? Watch at this URL: http://www.fulldisclosure.net/2016/10/fdn-second-look-media-ethics-92/
Twenty-two years after this Full Disclosure® video was first recorded and entitled, "Are there Media Ethics?" featuring CBS Newscaster Harvey Levin and LAPD's Commander Dave Gascon of LAPD's Public Affairs and Communications during the tumultuous years of the Rodney King and OJ Simpson murder trial, the topic continues to generate national coverage.
The public perception that the media is untrustworthy persists today as reported by (the Rasmussen Poll dated Oct.14) This Full Disclosure video discussion reveals some of the reasons why. Commander Gascon and Harvey Levin's honest, and sometimes lively interchange, is as relevant today as it was when it first aired in 1994.
Levin and Gascon both rose to the highest levels of their professions: Levin as the founder of the successful TMZ Tabloid News and Commander Gascon rose to Assistant Chief of the LAPD . The program Moderator Leslie Dutton was awarded a Public Affairs Emmy in 2001 for Full Disclosure's "The News Behind the News" cable television show.
"The News Behind the News"(™) For the past 25 years Emmy Award winning Full Disclosure ® public affairs programs have appeared on cable television and the Internet. Experts with contrasting views present their observations of local, state, federal and international actions and laws that directly affect the public.
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SOURCE Full Disclosure Network