TV GRAFT CASE
Academics and media advocates have demanded ethical accountability from news anchor Sorayuth Suthassanachinda for his "one-sided" televised explanation of the embezzlement ruling against him.
Sarinee Achavanuntakul, a member of a consumer protection sub-committee of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission, said Sorayuth used his programme on TV Channel 3 to defend himself in the absence of someone to counter him.
Sorayuth on Friday devoted part of his morning news programme to airing his side of the story in the wake of the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) ruling he had embezzled money from state-run media outlet Mcot Plc.
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