39th annual awards celebrate best work in Canadian magazines.
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Journalistic practice demonstrates difference in how North American and European reporters perceive role of government.
Continue Reading In some European countries, not naming those accused of a crime is the norm
The future of journalism education is the focus of a new collection of essays just published by the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre.
Continue Reading Where will journalism education go from here?
New program at Dalhousie and University of King’s College offers J.D. and M.J. concurrently.
Continue Reading Halifax schools to offer a joint journalism and law program
Participants at the Community Media Convergence discuss how to support their activities in advance of CRTC review of local and community broadcasting in 2016.
Continue Reading Community media groups prepare to face the cable giants
Here’s our regular update on the moves, hires and promotions in Canadian journalism for Nov. 19 to Dec. 2
Continue Reading Media on the Move: Nov. 19 to Dec. 2
President and CEO of Postmedia addresses “unsettling headlines” regarding the company in memo.
Continue Reading Memo: A message from Paul Godfrey
Subject: A message from Paul Godfrey – Organizational Announcement
It is bittersweet that today we announce Lou Clancy, our Senior Vice President of Content, will be retiring at the end… Continue Reading Memo: Postmedia Senior Vice President of Content Lou Clancy retiring
Ottawa public interest researcher Ken Rubin will receive inaugural investigative award from Canadian Journalists for Free Expression.
Continue Reading Toronto Star public editor: He digs for information in the public interest