RRJ Podcast: On the Editors

If rumours of the newspaper industry's demise are exaggerated, how are Canada's three most important broadsheets coping? We find out from the three reporters who wrote about these newspapers and their editors

Jordan Ginsberg
March 25, 2010 | Comments (0) - Report an Error

The release of the Review's spring 2010 issue is just days away. The cover package? Profiles of John Stackhouse, Michael Cooke and Doug Kelly—or, as you may know them, the editors-in-chief of The Globe and Mail, the Toronto Star and the National Post. We sat down with Matthew Halliday, Katherine Laidlaw and Katie Hewitt to talk about these men and their papers' plans for the future. And once you've read the stories, vote in our poll  on the state of Canadian newspapers.


Music: "Hollowcost," courtesy of Capital H
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