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Liam Nixon joins Global Lethbridge as anchor
5 years ago

Liam Nixon joins Global Lethbridge as anchor

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Nixon will take over from Cheryl Oates who left to pursue a career in communications. 

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Star public editor: Hack Attack a must-read for journalists
5 years ago

Star public editor: Hack Attack a must-read for journalists

Journalist Nick Davies’ new book is a primer on great reporting and a morality tale about unethical journalism.

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SABEW launches Canadian chapter

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The Society of American Business Editors and Writers will launch a Canadian chapter on Sept. 30 with a talk by John McCorry, Bloomberg's executive editor for the Americas. 

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Stéphanie Marin, Mélanie Marquis swap positions at The Canadian Press
5 years ago

Stéphanie Marin, Mélanie Marquis swap positions at The Canadian Press

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Marin, a parliamentary bureau reporter, will join the Montreal bureau of The Canadian Press at the end of the month, while Marquis will start in Ottawa on Sept. 8.

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Public editor: Why some words have accents in the Globe and others don’t
5 years ago

Public editor: Why some words have accents in the Globe and others don’t

The Globe’s policy is to use accents on French names and words but not on words in other languages. The belief is that Canadian editors should know the correct accents for French words but cannot be expected to know the accents for other languages.

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5 books to whet journalism students’ appetites
5 years ago

5 books to whet journalism students’ appetites

Once you earn that hard-won job, you will be too busy doing journalism to read or even think deeply about capital-J journalism. Books Editor Dan Rowe recommends five books that may or may not appear one of your syllabi, but that you should read anyway.

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Media Musings: Does a journalism education still matter?
5 years ago

Media Musings: Does a journalism education still matter?

The strongest case for a journalism education is that media companies in the vast majority of cases still ask for journalism graduates from college or university programs, writes columnist Joe Banks.

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6 reasons why interviewing streeters is awesome
5 years ago

6 reasons why interviewing streeters is awesome

Talking with non-officials and non-experts about their experiences is one of the best parts of being a reporter. Yes, it can be tough. But here are six reasons to keep reaching out to them. 

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