Social sanctions are key | Bangkok Post: opinion

Opinion > Opinion

Social sanctions are key

- +

The embezzlement charge against well-known TV news show host Sorayuth Suthassanachinda should not only prompt the media to set up more effective mechanisms to ensure ethical practices, but it should send a strong message to the media that the public will not accept unethical conduct. 

The National Anti-Corruption Commission has filed embezzlement charges against well-known TV show host Sorayuth Suthassanachinda and other staff of state-run media agency Mcot Plc. PATTARACHAI PREECHAPANICH

Last month, Sorayuth found himself in the news when the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) ruled there was enough evidences to lay embezzlement charges against him and his staff. They are accused of conspiring to withhold 138 million baht in advertising revenue sharing from state-run media agency Mcot Plc.

This article is older than 60 days, which we reserve for our premium members only.You can subscribe to our premium member subscription, here.

11 people commented about the above

Readers are urged not to submit comments that may cause legal dispute including slanderous, vulgar or violent language, incorrectly spelt names, discuss moderation action, quotes with no source or anything deemed critical of the monarchy. More information in our terms of use.

Please use our forum for more candid, lengthy, conversational and open discussion between one another.

  • Latest
  • Oldest
  • Most replied to
  • Most liked
  • Most disliked

    Click here to view more comments