7 Nov

Canadian journalists, BlackBerrys and the crisis in political reporting: an interview with Christopher Waddell

<p><strong>How Canadians Communicate IV: Media and Politics</strong>, edited by David Taras and Christopher Waddell, assembles essays focused on the various forms of political communication in Canada.  Though the collection gives weight to how politics is communicated through film, art, music, and even museums, over half of the chapters are concerned with politics and the news media. J-Source editor Lisa Lynch interviewed Christopher Waddell about the book’s conclusions about the state of political reporting in Canada. </p>