With a significant portion of the audience arriving at news sites via social media and search, the imminent death of the homepage is a common refrain. One senior digital manager… Continue Reading The death of the homepage is much exaggerated
Can’t make it to Cardiff? Well, you can follow all the action on our live blog.
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In part three of our series on grammar, we take a look at sentence construction.
Continue Reading Grammar Guide: Making sentences agreeable
In this video produced by students from Sheridan College, find out how stories are pitched, developed, and followed for the online audience of Global News.
Continue Reading A day on the web desk at Global News
In a Sheridan College college lecture, the CBC foreign correspondent explains what it’s really like to report from around the globe.
Continue Reading War zones, disasters and pure luck: David Common on international reporting
A lot of people consider a streeter, also called a man on the street (MOS), a waste of airtime. But done properly, it can be a great tool to give your audience a voice and provide context on important issues. So how do you shoot a good streeter? Check out this video tutorial produced at Sheridan College for some important tips.
Figuring out what's fact or fiction online is a struggle for anyone, but for a journalist it's an essential skill to be mastered. This TED Talk by Markham Nolan, the managing editor of vocativ.com, is a great resource for journalism students and journalists alike.