What I Read: RRJ in Review: Thirty Years of Watching the Watchdogs

RRJ in Review: Thirty Years of Watching the Watchdogs
RRJ in Review: Thirty Years of Watching the Watchdogs by Shannon Clarke

My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Last spring, the Ryerson Review of Journalism announced it would only be publishing one issue a year, down from its usual two. This winter marked the first time there would be no issue since the magazine started publishing in winter and spring.

It was quite refreshing, and a great anniversary for the magazine’s 30th anniversary, to reprint some of the magazine’s best stories. This is a fun collection to have, and a must-read for any Canadian journalism student (or young journalist).

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