Accepting the Canadian Journalism Foundation’s Excellence in Journalism
award, Michael Cooke, editor of the Toronto
Star, said: “Is journalism 100 unpaid bloggers all talking and
yattering at once, or a city filled with amateur citizen journalists
uncoordinated in all their efforts? Those bloggers and citizen reporters
are as close to real reporters as karaoke is to Frank Sinatra live and
in person.” Read about the CJF awards gala here.
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