Freeman, Barbara M.

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FREEMAN, Barbara M.

FREEMAN, Barbara M. Canadian, b. 1947. Genres: History, Women's studies and issues, Writing/Journalism. Career: Evening Telegram, St. John's, Newfoundland, general news reporter, summers, 1967-68; Canadian Broadcasting Corp., Ottawa, ON, TV current affairs researcher, reporter, and editor, 1969-70, radio and TV general news reporter and editor in St. John's and Goose Bay, Labrador, 1972-74, TV general news reporter and editor, and radio education and community affairs reporter and editor in Ottawa, 1974-78; British Broadcasting Corp., London, England, sub-editor for external radio services, 1970; Stratford and Newham Express, East London, police and municipal affairs reporter, 1971-72; KEY Radio, Ottawa, municipal affairs reporter, news reader, and editor, 1978-80; Carleton University, Ottawa, instructor, 1980-89, assistant professor of journalism, 1989-98, associate professor, 1998-, member of board of management, Institute of Women's Studies, School of Canadian Studies. Simone de Beauvoir Institute of Women's Studies, Concordia University, adjunct fellow 1990-92. Publications: Kit's Kingdom: The Journalism of Kathleen Blake Coleman, 1989; The Satellite Sex, 2001. Address: School of Journalism, 332 St. Patricks, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada K1S 5B6. Online address: [email protected]

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