Social media sites have surpassed print newspapers as a news source. That’s according to the Pew Research Centre, which found that one-in-five U.S. adults say they often get news via… Continue Reading Survey: Are j-school grads ready to tackle social media journalism?
Public Policy Forum President & CEO Edward Greenspon and recently appointed Max Bell School of Public Policy professor Taylor Owen announced the launch of a multi-year project to analyze and respond to the increasing… Continue Reading Digital Democracy Project to examine online disinformation
We’re asking each of you, our readers, to support the in-depth reporting on journalism, journalism education and the state of the media in Canada that will help us fulfil J-Source’s… Continue Reading Help J-Source ramp up Canadian journalism coverage in 2019
At a time when journalism faces a range of threats, Canadian journalism educators are building stronger links with each other and with fellow educators around the world to promote and… Continue Reading J-Schools Canada/ÉcolesJ Launches to Support Journalism Education
The results of this survey will provide crucial information about representation in newsrooms.
Read More Continue Reading J-Source is extending the deadline of our gender diversity survey
According to data collected by the Local News Research Project, a majority of closures have been community papers.
Read More Continue Reading Over 250 Canadian news media outlets have closed in the last 10 years
Journalists should be careful when using social media posts to report what the public thinks, and should tell readers how the data was collected.
Read More Continue Reading When journalists report social media as public opinion
Jasnit Pabla and Nick Pearce awarded for their reporting on truth and reconciliation efforts at Queen’s University.
Read More Continue Reading Queen’s Journal reporters win 2018 Fraser MacDougall Prize
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