Inside the Canadian Media
Zwicker, Barry & MacDonald, DickPublisher: Deneau
Resource Type: Book
The Zwicker-MacDonald book is a selection of articles published in "Content" in the years between Keith Davey's Senate Committee report and Tom Kent's Royal Commission on Newspapers. The articles are a guide to the best of Canadian reporting in the 1970's. Various articles look at the state of journalism in Canada, the conflict between good investigative reporting and reporting that is no longer a profession but a business. The concluding essay deals with the essentials of what constitutes good journalism-the business of translating facts into news.
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