Summary

This year the Review of Journalism turns forty. Join us for our 40th anniversary podcast, Review-ed.

Hosts Mariana, Sahaana and Lidia will review Canada’s “watchdog on the watchdogs.” They'll revisit past stories and explore how Review alumni, journalism and storytelling has changed. After four decades on assignment, it’s time for the Review to be Review-ed.

In this episode, hosts Lidia Rajcan and Sahaana Ranganathan discuss the use of language and framing in reporting on Palestine and Israel. The episode features Muhannad Ayyash, professor at Mount Royal University, and Pacinthe Mattar, Toronto-based journalist, writer and producer.

Disclosure: The Review of Journalism has collaborated with the Breach on “Public broadcaster barred employees from sharing outside journalism about Gaza, contradicting CBC’s general policy.”

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About the author

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Sahaana Ranganathan is a second-year Master of Journalism student at Toronto Metropolitan University. She’s produced segments for TVO’s the Agenda with Steve Paikin, does research for the Investigative Journalism Bureau and is the Art Director for The Otter. She’s passionate about combining arts, culture with social justice.

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Mariana Schuetze is a fourth-year undergraduate journalism student at Toronto Metropolitan University. She is the Editor-in-Chief of CanCulture Magazine and works at TMU’s radio station, Met Radio as the Collective Coordinator – so she spends most of her time looking over other people’s work and replying to emails. In her work, she loves to talk about arts, culture and their importance to society.

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Lidia is a second-year MJ student. She has interned at TVO, producing weekly segments for The Agenda with Steve Paikin. She is the Copy Editor for The Otter. She has a keen interest in unraveling socio-economic and systemic issues, and bringing a voice to those often underrepresented.

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