An email from the prime minister’s office offered a story with strings attached. For two Ontario journalists, the conditions seemed unreasonable.
Continue Reading Case Studies Collection: the PMO, the Star, the Advance and the “whole off-the-record-thing”
In journalism, going into the field is both routine and expected. Why should student coverage of murder trials be any different?
Continue Reading That time I took my class to cover the Luka Magnotta trial
Despite not taking students this term, the broadcaster’s Regina newsroom is not cancelling the program outright, says the bureau’s managing editor.
Continue Reading CBC Saskatchewan isn’t cancelling its internship program
Excessive weight gain more complex and common than The Biggest Loser makes it seem.
Continue Reading Five things journalists need to know when covering obesity in Canada
The founder of Regret the Error on why fake news is such a powerful force.
Continue Reading Craig Silverman on The Hoax Economy
Non-partisan Evidence Network issues new backgrounders on range of health issues for journalists.
Continue Reading Health-care primers for journalists
In 2014, 221 journalists were imprisoned worldwide, says the Committee to Protect Journalists.
Continue Reading Loss of bargaining power puts journalists’ lives at risk: CPJ
Mick Côté and Lauren Strapagiel take questions from journalism students about which social media skills are essential for new journalists and the best way to get noticed by potential employers on social media.
Continue Reading Live Q&A: Social media with Mick Cote and Lauren Strapagiel
The program, started in 2007 and based in Cornwall, Ont., faced low enrolment and a lack of student interest.
Continue Reading St. Lawrence College suspends its two-year journalism diploma
By Meredith Levine
I am sitting in my office at Western University with my newly retired TV colleague Cliff Lonsdale, offering him some work.
Cliff is notably unexcited by my… Continue Reading A journalism professor learns multimedia one mistake at a time