Samantha Lui was the only Canadian at the prestigious four day Poynter workshop. Here’s what she learned.
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To say every picture is worth a thousand words sorely underestimates the impact of photojournalism. Think the Vietnam war and what comes to mind? The photo of a girl named… Continue Reading Globe and Mail Public Editor: A picture can be worth so much more than a mere one thousand words
Headline presented Alex Trebek’s feelings for big winner as fact, when it was actually the columnist’s own view.
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The newspaper’s website will also be shut down. The 25 employees affected by the closure were informed Wednesday.
Read More Continue Reading Saskatchewan newspaper Moose Jaw Times-Herald closing down after more than 125 years
You widen the potential of attracting more eyeballs by having more than one anchor.
Read More Continue Reading The new National: Are four TV anchors four times as good as one?
Legacy media can learn something from the student press when it comes to building representative newsrooms.
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Don’t fall into the trap of working for exposure instead of money, say experts.
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The new edition of The National will premiere on Nov. 6, 2017 with four new hosts.
Read More Continue Reading New look: The National is prioritizing in depth original journalism