I'm a koala. I eat plant shoots. Whatever.
I think the point is being lost here...I think what Tim is trying to say that the ranks of journalism...which is an important field in society...are dwindling. There's no point in PR or media relations if there is no meaningful "media" to get the information to. The future of journalism as we know it is what is at stake here...
You should also check to see where many CBC reporters, both former full-timers, and casual workers...have ended up...
LOL...It's not who you think...Nice try though...Maybe some people just manage to fool others more easily...
"But TV reporting is hellishly time-consuming and radio journalists will be expected to file live, updated reports during the expanded supper-hour show."
What you're really going to love, Bruce, are the so-called "live" updates that will be coming from reporters in the first hour of the program...from 5 PM to 6 PM. They are actually pre-taped segments that are plugged into the show and passed off as live...when they are actually at least 2 hours old. They are actually called "fake lives" by the folks in the newsroom. Truth in journalism? Not at CBC anymore....
Oops..I meant crowned "Dexter"...Sheesh...Now you all are going to think that was a Freudian slip of types... :)
I'm a little concerned The Coast crowned Rodney before an election. Talk about wearing your politics on your front cover!
No, I was taking in CDs like Pride Tiger, City and Color, and Widespread Panic...Not like those douches would care...
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