TORONTO, Aug. 19, 2016 /CNW/ -
How CBC covers the Olympics
You've all been watching the Olympics—but what is it like to report on them? CBC News' Andrew Ferguson and Bob Weiers explain to H.G. Watson the nitty gritty of covering the biggest sports event in the world.
Halifax's Frank magazine fights publication ban breach charge
Managing editor Andrew Douglas explains to Grant Buckler why he is going to "defend the hell out" of the charge, which came after the magazine published information subject to a publication ban—they say they got it from another source.
'You're not the Indian I had in mind'
It's what Jess Housty, Heiltsuk community organizer and writer, hears all the time when film crews interview her. Here's what she wishes they knew beforehand.
Why journalists need to start preparing to cover natural disasters now
As global warming increases chances of violent weather, reporters need to prepare for the likelihood they will cover one natural disaster or more during their career. Jessica Patterson reports.
Shad leaves CBC Radio's 'Q'
Tom Power, host of "Radio 2 Morning," will take the reins at "Q" in October. The Canadian Press reports.
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