Television photojournalists have always been held less accountable for their visual reportage, because TV has been perceived by the public as a form of entertainment in popular culture. For example, a print photojournalist can be fired for setting up a picture, but a TV photographer often sets up re-enactments. - Dennis Dunleavy
from the free book: "photojournalism, technology and ethics What’s Right and Wrong Today?" by Scott Baradell Anh D. Stack, Black Star Rising