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Bruce Yaccato: Can Jian Ghomeshi make a comeback?

It was a mesmerizing personal and professional train wreck unfolding in a process that couldn’t have been more public and humiliating for one of the most respected, iconic broadcasters in the business. 984 more words

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Jian Ghomeshi confident 'he will ultimately be exonerated'

Disgraced radio host Jian Ghomeshi has been spending his time lately “taking stock of what life is,” one anonymous friend tells writer Leah McLaren for the cover story of the July issue of Toronto Life. 589 more words


Robyn Urback: This is Solomon's disgrace, but yet another blemish for the CBC

It would seem as though no one has a guaranteed gig at the CBC, with the exception of the guys who get paid to scrape the posters of once-star hosts off the wall. 806 more words

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Glavin: Media ethics are no laughing matter

Well, that was quick. Evan Solomon, the suave and lively host of CBC’s Power and Politics, has been let go. But not for running a methamphetamine laboratory in his house in Ottawa’s tony Rockcliffe neighbourhood or for trafficking in endangered lizards out of the trunk of his car. 1,190 more words


Is Radio Dying Now Too?

Kenton & Dan talk about last week’s Winnipeg radio upset that saw 680 CJOB knocked off the top of the ratings by CBC Radio One.   They also discuss the future of radio in general and whether or not Winnipeg really needs a traffic chopper. 9 more words


Sexualized women and 'idiot' men: How to fight stereotyping

In the 1950s, North America’s key gender message was encapsulated in the TV sitcom, I Love Lucy. Lucille Ball was portrayed as a ditzy, lovable housewife, married to an amusingly macho husband, Desi Arnaz. 1,342 more words


'People are fed up': Ottawa activist discusses Royal Military College harassment

Julie Lalonde says she didn’t go public in October after she was subjected to cat-calls and harassment at the Royal Military College in Kingston — which had hired the outspoken advocate for sexual-assault prevention to speak to cadets — because she wasn’t convinced people would believe her. 702 more words

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