When conducting an interview the journalist deals with complexities beyond the report of a story.
Stories are never in isolation.
Narratives are both personal and under agency.
Parties involved are under authority.
For the journalist the lines are clear. True journalists remain under the primal authority of concepts
of professionalism required for a free press.
Other lines can be blurred.
But the lines must never be blurred regarding tenets of faith regarding Constitutional anchor.