Thursday, March 5, 2015

Internal review finds Amanda Lang ‘met CBC’s journalistic standards’

Amanda Lang
The CBC says Amanda Lang abided by journalistic standards during her involvement in a 2013 story concerning the Royal Bank of Canada, CP reports.
CBC News Editor-in-Chief Jennifer McGuire sent a memo to staff on Thursday with the results of a review into Lang’s involvement in the story on RBC’s use of temporary foreign workers.
In early January, media website Canadaland alleged that Lang had a conflict of interest in the story and tried to “sabotage” it.
McGuire said the review was led by Jack Nagler, the CBC’s director of journalistic public accountability and engagement.
He looked at journalistic content, conduct, and an employee’s obligations to disclose any potential conflict of interest.

“This review re-affirmed that all of CBC’s journalism relating to the RBC temporary foreign workers story met CBC’s journalistic standards,” said the memo.

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