On Nov. 12, former Globe and Mail editor John Stackhouse sat down with Buzzfeed editor Craig Silverman to discuss his new book and the future of journalism.
Continue Reading CJF J-Talk: John Stackhouse And Craig Silverman
A recent Toronto Star public editor’s column noted that an intern didn’t take proper steps to verify a source—but should blame have been shouldered by multiple parties?
Continue Reading Should Star intern take the brunt of blame when a mistake is made?
Evidence suggests there are copycat deaths when details of death are leaked; but do articles do more to educate?
Continue Reading How should reporters write about suicide?
Metroland Media, which includes the Hamilton Spectator and Guelph Mercury, has extended their voluntary buyout program to full-time and part-time staff.
Continue Reading MEMO: Voluntary Departure Program at Metroland Media
On Nov. 9, Fahmy spoke with Neil Macdonald, CBC senior correspondent, at Carleton University.
Continue Reading Freedom: Mohamed Fahmy in conversation
Puzzle mess-ups matter to passionate puzzle people as much as the most egregious journalistic errors.
Continue Reading Toronto Star public editor: Crossword lovers cross with Star
Spelling issues aside, readers question creeping Americanisms in Globe copy about the Liberal Party Leader.
Continue Reading Globe public editor: Keeping up with the Trudeaus – names and titles
The 78 days of electioneering spanned three long weekends, and generated a veritable mountain of coverage.
Continue Reading Globe public editor: A mountain of election coverage that covered all the bases
Recent ruling ending ad substitution and policy change decreasing Canadian content have an effect.
Continue Reading Layoffs at Bell Media result of CRTC changes, says union rep