The harassment of reporters online and during live television hits can have personal consequences for women in the field and affect their careers.
Continue Reading Harassment causes anxiety, affects work, women journalists say
Freelance photographer Yuli Scheidt hopes she can help women and non-binary people with their professional images.
Continue Reading Why a Toronto-based photographer is taking people’s headshots for free
Journalists gather in Regina to discuss current efforts to decolonize media.
Continue Reading Indigenous journalists are changing the news in Saskatchewan
This republished Ryerson Journalism Research Centre story, "Inside Afghanistan as a Canadian female freelance journalist" was removed on Nov. 21 at the request of May Jeong due to safety concerns.
There are all kinds of analytics available to show you who is looking at your site and how they’re getting there. But how can you—or should you—use that information when selecting which stories to cover?
Continue Reading Using analytics to make editorial decisions
To: All Bell Media Team Members
Cc: Bell CP5/6/7 leaders
From: Mary Ann Turcke, President, Bell Media
Subject: Bell Media Organizational Update
As we continue with the final phase of our restructuring,… Continue Reading Memo: Bell Media Organizational Update
Some readers were offended with the front page of Saturday’s Globe and Mail, but their children saw it in a different perspective
Continue Reading Globe public editor: The Globe’s baby boomer series sparks intergenerational debate
Veteran journalist John Stackhouse explores the future of serious journalism in a new book that documents the digital disruption of Canadian media in recent decades.
Continue Reading Toronto Star public editor: Can serious journalism survive?
Monocle magazine editor-in-chief Tyler Brûlé says he is determined to resist the widespread pressures on magazine editors to cut quality and move to a digital- first or digital-only strategy.
Continue Reading Monocle editors bullish on magazine print editions
On Nov. 13, the eyes of the world turned to Paris as a terrorist attack unfolded on what should have been a quiet Friday evening in the French capital.
Continue Reading Canadian front pages after Nov. 13 terrorist attacks in Paris