Last June, when world leaders met in Toronto for their fourth G20 summit, so did protestors. With both citizen journalists and mainstream outlets covering the chaos on the streets, police—who arrested hundreds of people—had difficulty separating the professionals from the amateurs. Once the weekend was over, and the fences came down, the debate over who exactly should be called a journalist began.
Think you know who the “real” journalists are? You may want to think again after reading Michelle Medford’s feature in the Ryerson Review of Journalism, launching December 14 at the Cadillac Lounge.