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Victims of natural disasters must be dealt with respectfully: NYT Canada bureau chief
11 months ago

Victims of natural disasters must be dealt with respectfully: NYT Canada bureau chief

“The mantra I repeat to myself often all the time in this job–whether it’s a natural disaster overseas or not–is, ‘This is just my job for today and this is this person’s life.’”
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Understanding trauma behind the lens
12 months ago

Understanding trauma behind the lens

By  •  Work, Field Notes, Learn

Conference hosted by Ryerson Review of Journalism revealed the harsh realities of being a photo or video journalist in environments of conflict.
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After the Deal
1 year ago

After the Deal

How are Canadian newsrooms faring as the pace of concentration accelerates?

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How crime reporting ethics shift through cultures
1 year ago

How crime reporting ethics shift through cultures

By  •  Learn, Research

Journalists around the world make the mistake of assuming that their journalistic ethical approaches are the best – or only – standards.
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Online access to archived pages on the Internet Archive uncertain for researchers
1 year ago

Online access to archived pages on the Internet Archive uncertain for researchers

The disappearance of archived pages from the Internet Archive poses a threat to research and the preservation of news as the first draft of history.
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