Working journalists and freelance journalists with at least five-years experience can apply for a one-year (Sept–May) William Southam Journalism Fellowship at Massey College at the University of Toronto.
Jonah Lehrer apologized for his plagiarism and journalistic transgressions and described how he would try to fix himself during a speech—for which he was paid a $20,000 honorarium—at the Knight Foundation’s Media Learning Seminar on Tuesday.
In the wake of David Topping's unofficial tally of what OpenFile contributors are owed, Wilf Dinnick says the freelancers' wait should be in its final few weeks, Belinda Alzner reports.
Ontario may be the latest province to allow the use of electronic devices in its courtrooms, but it is not necessarily a privilege enjoyed by all. Our new Law editor introduces himself and describes the complexities in the Superior Court's decision that allows journalists—but not the public—to tweet court proceedings.
The Grid has been named one of the best-designed newspapers in the world by the Society for News Design in its 34th annual The Best of Newspaper Design Creative Contest.
Galit Rodan, a Toronto-based freelance photographer, has won the 2013 Tom Hanson Photojournalism Award.
The Radio-Television News Directors Foundation has opened applications for its 2013 scholarships.
The Canadian Journalism Foundation has opened applications for its Excellence in Journalism Award. The award will be given out in two categories: Large or national media and small or… Continue Reading The Canadian Journalism Foundation Excellence in Journalism Award application deadline extended
Roger Smith has been a fixture of CTV’s Ottawa bureau for nearly two decades, but that will all comes to an end on March 15. Smith announced his retirement yesterday.
Innovators, political shakers, and agenda-setters: We’ve gone from 28 nominees to five. Check out the short-listed candidates for the 2012 J-Source Canadian Newsperson of the Year Award.