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How to scale our understanding of local news health
1 year ago

How to scale our understanding of local news health

The economics of local news are no small challenge, but soon we may be able to anticipate significant causes of unhealthy news ecosystems in different U.S. cities.

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All J-Source’s coverage from #CAJ17
1 year ago

All J-Source’s coverage from #CAJ17

By  •  News, Research

Here’s all of our liveblogs from the 2017 Canadian Association of Journalists conference in Ottawa.

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Live Blog: The Public Broadcaster’s Dilemma
1 year ago

Live Blog: The Public Broadcaster’s Dilemma

By  •  Research

In an increasingly fractured, crowded and competitive media environment, what is the role of the public broadcaster when it comes to news?

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New regulations could change how Canadian journalists can use drones
1 year ago

New regulations could change how Canadian journalists can use drones

Currently, reporters using drones are covered by commercial drone-user regulations, which are slightly more stringent than recreational drone rules.

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Audience engagement efforts aren’t new – they’re just different these days, sociology professor argues
1 year ago

Audience engagement efforts aren’t new – they’re just different these days, sociology professor argues

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By Jasmine Bala for the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre

Building audience engagement has long been a newsroom preoccupation, only today it involves Instagram and Facebook, while in the past publishers… Continue Reading Audience engagement efforts aren’t new – they’re just different these days, sociology professor argues

What’s missing in Canadian journalism?
1 year ago

What’s missing in Canadian journalism?

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By H.G. Watson, Associate Editor

When David Topping set out to take the pulse of Canadian journalism, he was hoping it might help him shape something new—a project, or a… Continue Reading What’s missing in Canadian journalism?