December 14, 2017
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Terrible Documentary Silenced by Basic Decency
On CBC blunders and small town censorship. Joey Coleman co-hosts.
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher
Abby Madan

A terrible BBC documentary was pulled from CBC scheduling. A journalists’ materials were seized from a Niagara Regional Council meeting by staff exercising “enthusiastic caution.” A mill pressurized a bookstore to suppress a book-signing for a book written about that mill. More questionable CBC workplace policies. Independent crowdfunded journalist Joey Coleman co-hosts. Joey’s Twitter: @JoeyColeman

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