Conrad Black, the former newspaper tycoon, will host a 26-episode interview show on VisionTV, part of the media stable of Moses Znaimer.
The Globe and Mail’s Paul Waldie communicated with Canada’s most high-profile ex-convict, who plans a simple life of writing public books, conducting private business and trying to lose weight.
Lord Black of Crossharbour, a former Canadian citizen, is getting approved for temporary residency in Canada despite being a convicted criminal, the Globe and Mail is reporting.
Disgraced media mogul and former Canadian citizen Conrad Black could be out of jail by the end of this coming week, the Toronto Star reports.
Apparently there is such a thing as the Conrad Black Award for Outstanding Conservative Journalism. It’s issued by the Ontario Progressive Conservative Campus Assocation. I asked on Twitter if this was a joke.
His Blackness entered the Big House around noon local time today, and I don’t mean his mansion in West Palm Beach, Fla.
Conrad gets a 6½-year prison sentence, a US$125,000 fine and must pay $6.1 million in restitution.
The portrait of Conrad Black painted in a defence document is distinctly at odds with the disgraced media tycoon’s public persona.
The Tyee’s Tom Barrett on just how Chicago lawyer Hugh Totten got to be quoted so much during the Conrad Black trial.