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Jeffrey Dvorkin

Jeffrey Dvorkin has headed two news organizations: CBC Radio and NPR News. He is the executive director of the Organization of News Ombudsmen and the Rogers Distinguished Visiting Professor of Journalism at Ryerson University. He blogs at

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Jeffrey Dvorkin

A Dying Breed

Some journalists teeter between recklessness and bravery in their hunt for the story September 2009
When CTV journalist Clark Todd was killed covering the Israeli invasion of Lebanon in 1983, the dangers of war reporting were brought home to Canadians. Fortunately, few western journalists are killed on assignment. While much attention has been paid more recently to those who have been killed in the line of duty (Daniel Pearl of the Wall Street Journal and Kate Peyton of BBC News most…