#309 The Truth About Media Coverage of Israel
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#309 The Truth About Media Coverage of Israel
Reporting on the occupation of Palestine is "all stick, no carrot." And Canada's National Newspaper Awards is more like the Golden Globes than we thought.
Writer and researcher Dalya al-Masri co-hosts.
Further reading:
  • A bit more background on why Duncan McCue’s apologized for saying “Palestine” on air
  • Michelle Latimer “breaks her silence” here
This episode is supported by Dispatch Coffee and Kilne
May 13, 2021
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