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#288 A Working Class Hero Is Something To BBQ
A petulant sandwich slinger gets attention as restaurants struggle across the country. A Global News Radio host quits over threatening messages about herself and her baby, while the company says dealing with trolls is part of the job.
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#275 Bring Me The Head Of John A. Macdonald!
Does anyone really care about indignities to the legacy of John A. Macdonald?
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#232 National Paper Won’t Cover National Climate March
Canada's national paper seems shy about printing news on the national climate march. Also, another blackface scandal - at Global News. Plus, a discussion on if numbers flatten Indigenous folks' stories.
Q&A: Global’s Troy Reeb On “Multi-Market Content”
The senior vice president in charge of Global News responds to concerns about the network's centralized production of local newscasts.
Inside The Bunker Where Global Produces Local Newscasts For The Entire Country
Global's late-night local newscasts, from Saskatoon to Halifax, are all produced in a Toronto green-screen studio. A former producer describes life in...
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#242 Live Local News Neither Live Nor Local
Paul Tadich compares his time working at Global TV to a "news sweatshop".
What Journalists Should Keep In Mind Covering Anti-Fascist Protests
A camera being smashed shouldn’t immediately draw battle lines.
Hamilton journalists arrested — while covering a car crash
Both were tackled by police, say eyewitnesses
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#77 When Global News Killed A Documentary About The Koch Brothers
Veteran investigative reporter Bruce Livesey was fired by Global News after they spiked his report on the billionaire Koch Brothers and their influence in Canada.
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