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About Errol Salamon

Errol Salamon is a contributing editor at J-Source and a postdoctoral research and visiting scholar at the University of Pennsylvania. He’s also co-editor or the book Journalism in Crisis: Bridging Theory and Practice for Democratic Media Strategies in Canada (University of Toronto Press). You can find him on Twitter @errolouvrier.
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HuffPost Canada keeps unpaid bloggers after U.S. counterpart moves to paid opinion sections
6 months ago

HuffPost Canada keeps unpaid bloggers after U.S. counterpart moves to paid opinion sections

HuffPost Canada’s blogging platform is staying open, even though HuffPost US has ended its self publishing contributors platform.

“As each country edition of HuffPost operates autonomously, our blogging platform in… Continue Reading HuffPost Canada keeps unpaid bloggers after U.S. counterpart moves to paid opinion sections

All the cuts (and a few hires) in Canadian journalism in 2017
8 months ago

All the cuts (and a few hires) in Canadian journalism in 2017

By  •  News, Labour

2017 was another big year for journalism workplace restructurings, job losses and news outlet closures across Canada. However, not all news was grim this year: some journalism outlets launched new… Continue Reading All the cuts (and a few hires) in Canadian journalism in 2017

New CBC opinion section provides more paid writing opportunities for freelancers
2 years ago

New CBC opinion section provides more paid writing opportunities for freelancers

By  •  Work, Labour

Canadian freelance writers have one more potential way to earn money: by selling their ideas to the new opinion section being featured on CBCNews.ca.
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Anti-TPP day of action highlights threat to journalism
2 years ago

Anti-TPP day of action highlights threat to journalism

It’s part of a massive campaign against the TPP in North America, led north of the border by CWA Canada.

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How much do newspaper reporters earn in 2016?
2 years ago

How much do newspaper reporters earn in 2016?

By  •  News, Labour

The average employment income of a journalist in Canada was $46,621, according to Statistics Canada’s 2011 census.
Continue Reading How much do newspaper reporters earn in 2016?