After the Ryerson Review of Journalism released its annual magazine, we talked to three reporters about their stories.
Note: this episode was recorded prior to the April 23 van attack in Toronto.
–Emma Bedbrook dug into the ethics of undercover reporting in her feature, “Hide and Seek.”
-In “Making a Terrorist,” Maria Iqbal discusses how news organizations decide to use the term terrorism, through looking at the “Toronto 18” terrorism plot in 2006.
-Dagmawit Dejene‘s feature, “Covering the New Hate” examines how Canadian journalists are reporting on far right and hate groups.
You can purchase the Ryerson Review of Journalism magazine at Indigo, or order a copy at RRJ.ca.