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J-Source seeks new associate editor
2 years ago

J-Source seeks new associate editor

By  •  News

Chantal Braganza to join Current Affairs and Documentaries team at TVO.
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Do your reporting students suffer from phone phobia?
2 years ago

Do your reporting students suffer from phone phobia?

By  •  News

The phone is undoubtedly one of the biggest challenges for today’s journalism educators. Here are some tactics that worked for me.
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What freelance work looks like in Germany vs. Canada
2 years ago

What freelance work looks like in Germany vs. Canada

By  •  Labour

For doctoral research on the working conditions of freelance journalists, Mirjam Gollmitzer conducted in-depth interviews with freelancers and interns across Germany.
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Media on the move: August 2015
2 years ago

Media on the move: August 2015

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Here’s our regular update on the moves, hires and promotions in Canadian journalism for August.
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Globe public editor: Which image best captures the subject?
2 years ago

Globe public editor: Which image best captures the subject?

By  •  Ethics

It is up to an editor to make a choice about which image best captures the subject or works best with the article.
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Charter challenge against practice that saw cops posing as reporters dismissed
2 years ago

Charter challenge against practice that saw cops posing as reporters dismissed

By  •  Law

An Ontario superior court judge has dismissed a charter challenge filed against a practice that saw a handful of provincial police officers pose as journalists.
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Considering the prison problem in Marian Botsford Fraser’s “Life on the Instalment Plan”
2 years ago

Considering the prison problem in Marian Botsford Fraser’s “Life on the Instalment Plan”

By  •  Commentary

This 2010 Walrus feature uses limited sources to tell a story that’s deeply personal and a microcosm of the larger issues besetting Correctional Services Canada.
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