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THE INTERVIEWS: Jon Ronson | Tom Jackson

jon ronson.jpgJOHN RONSON

Daybreak Alberta host Chris dela Torre spoke with Welsh journalist and author, Jon Ronson. In his latest book, So You've Been Publicly Shamed, Ronson investigates modern public shaming and the dark side of Twitter. Upon the book's release earlier this year, Ronson himself became a victim of online shaming. Ronson will be in Edmonton for LitFest this coming Tuesday evening.

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Calgary-based actor, musician and social advocate Tom Jackson dropped by the Daybreak Alberta studio recently. He told us about his new role as ambassador for the Canadian Red Cross, and why his newly released album, Ballads Not Bullets, benefits the Red Cross directly.

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