When the CBC’s The National unveils its new format in November, 2017, two of its four hosts will make us particularly proud: Rosemary Barton (MJ ’01) and Andrew Chang (BJ ’04).
Barton and Chang, along with Adrienne Arsenault and Ian Hanomansing, will replace the newscast’s longtime anchor, Peter Mansbridge.
Mansbridge, who retired in July, delivered Journalism’s 18th Kesterton Lecture earlier this year.
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