With 2011 revenues being less than expected, newspapers need to focus on creating digital advertising revenue next year.
It's become a familiar, yet unresolved, question: what, if anything, distinguishes an act of journalism from other stuff? Ivor Shapiro has a thought on that, with a little help from the Bard of Avon.
Where will trust come from in the future of public media? News organizations are beginning to create new, integrated ethical guidelines as they move into the digital age. It is in this age that we need an understanding of public journalism that goes beyond traditional forms, such as radio and television. Stephen Ward takes a look at this issue, and tells us why it is important that public media has the trust of the people it serves.
Todd van der Heyden will be leaving CTV Montreal to join CTV News Channel in the new year
The Fords get the front page of the Toronto Star, but not the one they're looking for. Rhiannon Russell explains.
Graham Dennis, owner of The Halifax Herald Ltd. and publisher of The Chronicle Herald, died at home in Halifax last night at the age of 84.
The National Post has announced that Andrew Coyne will be returning to Postmedia. Coyne, who was part of the team who launched the Post 13 years ago, left the paper in 2007 to become the national editor for Maclean’s.
Ryerson University’s School of Journalism is seeking a digital journalism specialist for a tenure-track position in the Faculty of Communication and Design.
Submissions for the 35th annual National Magazine Awards are open for publications put out in the 2011 calendar year.
The Toronto Star will file an official complaint to the city’s integrity commissioner about Rob Ford’s directive of excluding the paper from official releases and announcements, according to John Honderich, chair of the Star’s parent company, Torstar.