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(Dis)liking digital copyright demands
3 years ago

(Dis)liking digital copyright demands

By  •  Labour

Freelance journalists use digital communications to organize a collective fight against rights-grabbing contracts.
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Honouring Ali Mustafa, one year after his death
4 years ago

Honouring Ali Mustafa, one year after his death

By  •  Labour

A colleague remembers Mustafa’s drive to cover issues in Egypt and Syria—and what made his status as a freelance photojournalist covering conflict zones particularly precarious.
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As paid work dwindles for student journalists, retail isn’t looking so bad
4 years ago

As paid work dwindles for student journalists, retail isn’t looking so bad

By  •  Labour

A U.K. publisher’s scheme to have students pay for their work to be published is the latest in a tradition of media taking advantage of free labour—one that hasn’t escaped Canada.
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LIVE BLOG: Ceiling, Cracked? News Women in Charge
4 years ago

LIVE BLOG: Ceiling, Cracked? News Women in Charge

By  •  Labour

Join us on Monday, March 2 at 6:30 p.m. for a live blog of the Canadian Journalism Foundation’s upcoming J-Talk. “Ceiling, Cracked? News Women in Charge”.
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Why does a freelancer’s copyright matter?
4 years ago

Why does a freelancer’s copyright matter?

By  •  Labour

As a freelancer, why should you protect your copyright? What are moral rights, anyway? How might these issues affect you? We turned to some of the Canadian Media Guild’s resident experts to explain.
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Chronicle Herald locks out press room workers after failed contract negotiations
4 years ago

Chronicle Herald locks out press room workers after failed contract negotiations

By  •  Labour

Thirteen press operators and mechanics at the Halifax Chronicle Herald were locked out Saturday, the company said in a news release.
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NPAC president John Lehmann on why volunteer photography is a bad idea
4 years ago

NPAC president John Lehmann on why volunteer photography is a bad idea

By  •  Labour

When John Lehmann, president of the News Photographers Association of Canada, heard that a Victoria newspaper was advertising for volunteer photographers, he found the news jaw-dropping.
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Updated: Bell Media employees ratify final offer in bargaining dispute
4 years ago

Updated: Bell Media employees ratify final offer in bargaining dispute

By  •  Labour

Unifor Local 723M recommends rejection of final offer on first new contract since Bell’s 2010 CTV acquisition.
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