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Sofia Vavaroutsos is a contributing producer for the Women’s International News Gathering Service. As a contributing producer, Sofia is responsible for the following tasks on a freelance basis: Conducting interviews in various languages in regards to women’s issues around the globe (English, French, Italian) Translating interviews and sourced content in other languages into English Researching, […]

The Scope News

Sofia Vavaroutsos acted as a co-producer of The Scope News on CJRU 1280AM from February 2020- June 2020. Episodes used breaking news and were produced three times per week as a special broadcast focusing on the COVID-19 pandemic. Duties at The Scope News included: Write breaking news scripts relevant to Toronto Source stories related to […]


A published article on T•, a website produced to showcase businesses and people in the GTA through the top pieces of Ryerson School of Journalism students.

#Schooled Podcast Class

A workshop series created and taught by Sofia Vavaroutsos in association with the Ryerson Career & Co-op Centre and CJRU The Scope at Ryerson.


A weekly intersectional feminist radio show produced by Sofia Vavaroutsos.

Battle of the Blades- Ryerson Newsbreak

As part of an assignment for the Ryerson School of Journalism, Sofia Vavaroutsos created a broadcast report in-studio. The assignment involved writing the broadcast script and delivering the news report. As well, Sofia acted as a floor director, teleprompter operator, and switchboard operator while other students were behind the news desk.

Dia De Los Muertos Festival- Broadcast

As an assignment for the Ryerson School of Journalism, Sofia Vavaroutsos covered the annual Dia De Los Muertos Festival at Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre. The exercise in TV reporting involved a challenge to produce a broadcast report using nothing but an iPhone.

University press outlets in jeopardy due to Ford’s tuition decrease

Some see the move as a direct attempt to silence student watchdogs Campus news outlets across Ryerson could face massive cuts to funding, or even shut down entirely, as a result of the Student’s Choice Initiative- a 10 per cent tuition cost decreased proposed by the provincial government. The decision will impact campus media across […]

Valentine’s Day- dinner’s on me

Money is no object for Canadians on what some say is the most romantic day of the year The amount of money Canadians are spending on Valentine’s Day is at an all-time high, according to a new survey conducted by (a Rakuten Company), which details Canadians’ projected spending on Valentine’s Day gifts and activities […]

To see more of Sofia Vavaroutsos’ work as a reporter, visit the All Projects page.

To see Sofia Vavaroutsos’ published articles, visit the Bylines page.

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