Recap: CJF J-Talk with The New York Times' David Carr


On Thursday evening The New York Times' David Carr joined CBC Radio's Michael Enright in conversation at The Canadian Journalism Foundation's fall kick-off J-Talk at the TMX Broadcast Centre in Toronto. Here's a recap of J-Source's liveblog coverage:

Note: You may notice that the video of J-Source's livestream has been removed. Due to the poor qualility of the audio in the broadcast, we felt the video did not adequately serve our users and the decision was made to remove it. Here is a full podcast of the event, courtesy of The Canadian Journalism Foundation.

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