Toronto Star Union Says Paper is Looking to Outsource Radio Room Program

By: Steve Ladurantaye | The Globe and Mail

One of the country’s premier incubators of young journalists is on the chopping block, as the Toronto Star looks to get rid of the radio room as part of its broader effort to cut costs amid falling ad revenue.

The radio room is staffed 24 hours a day by a single reporter at a time, usually a young journalism student looking to get their start in the industry.

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