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Emma Jarratt

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Toronto
Associate Producer, CTV W5 — CTV News
As seen in: CTV News, Toronto Star, Vice
Covers:  Investigations, world, conflict, security, surveillance, crime, health and environment.
Doesn't Cover: Celebrity gossip, entertainment and fashion.

Associate Producer at @CTVW5. Bylines in @TorontoStar, @VICE, @globeandmail. Tips to emmacrjarratt(at)gmail(dot)com. PGP key: bit.ly/1uIWMNh

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Biography

Emma Jarratt is an investigative journalist from Toronto. A graduate from the Master of Journalism program at Ryerson University she now works at CTV’s W5 and freelances in print. Emma was a recipient of the High North Journalism Award in 2014 and was nominated for a 2014 COPA for best news cove...

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What was your first job as a journalist?

Reporter for my university newspaper.

Have you ever used a typewriter?

Yes.

How is social media changing news?

It's making it something people see as a right to consume rather than a privilege.

Awards

High North Journalism Award

2014 - Foreign Affairs
This travel award seeks to build on the existing good relations between Canada and Norway. The Norwegian High North Journalism Award offers young aspiring journalists an opportunity to travel, work and conduct research in a field of particular interest to them and relevant to both Norway and Canada. Travel to Norway should result in a published story or a broadcast report that examines how one or both countries are dealing with a policy issue that affects both Canada and Norway as northern countries.