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The challenge facing journalism school deans

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The University of Florida is thinking about the future of journalism education and its own program, as it seeks a new dean. The challenges it faces are the same as those faced by all journalism schools these days. What should future journalists be learning?
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Notes from a teacher

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Mark Hamilton is a former journalist and currently a journalism instructor in Vancouver, B.C.
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Teaching online journalism

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This blog is by Mindy McAdams, the Knight chair in journalism technologies and the democratic process at the University of Florida, in Gainsville, and well-known online as a leading new media educator. It is a fabulous resource for anyone teaching online journalism, and is updated with almost daily.

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NU Access

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A blog from News University with lots of tips and links to online training courses.
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Protecting ‘responsible journalism’

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Britain’s highest court recognizes “responsible journalism” as a defence to libel. Our courts should follow suit to protect solid journalism and the public interest. By Dean Jobb.
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TV station in contempt for ban breach

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A British Columbia television station has been fined $2,000 after pleading guilty to violating a court order shielding the identity of an undercover police officer. Kelowna-based CHBC Televisionshowed theofficer with her face obscured, but the court order prohibited the publication or broadcast of “any likeness” of undercover officers called as witnesses. The ruling said there was a “significant risk” of recognition, which could jeopardize her undercover work and her safety. Read CHBC’s news report on the case.
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Blogues

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Nous vous présentons ici une sélection de blogues québécois et étrangers traitant de questions journalistiques et médiatiques.

Si vous avez d’autres suggestions, n’hésitez pas à nous les communiquer !

Québec |



Blogues Canoë
Liste de blogues divers

Carnets SRC
Espace de dialogue, de réflexion et de débat d’idées

La Presse
Liste de blogues affiliés au portail Cyberpresse.ca

Dominic Arpin
Blogue sur les médias, la télé, Internet, les blogues et la techno

Josée Blanchette
Carnet personnel, alliage d’anecdotes, de réflexions et de recettes
*Affilié au magazine Châtelaine

Julien Brault
Blogue
axé sur les médias et l’édition qui se penche sur l’actualité et
l’histoire des médias, sur leurs modèles d’affaires et leurs initiatives

Jean-Pierre Cloutier
Blogue sur les questions de politique, de société et de technologie

Michel Dumais
Observateur des nouvelles technologies

Frédérick Lavoie
Un blogue sur l’actualité et les réalités internationales, entremêlé de réflexions d’errant …

Claude Marcil – Kiosque Média
Revue de presse mise à jour quotidiennement

Jeff Mignon
Blogue sur le futur des médias et des journalistes

Steve Proulx
Blogue sur les médias
*Affilié au journal Voir (Québec)

Yan Turgeon
Blogue d’actualité écologique et d’affaires publiques

Michel Vastel
Chronique sur l’actualité politique
*Affilié au magazine l’Actualité

Patrick White
Blogue sur l’activité culturelle à Québec

Yves William
Blogue sur les nouveaux médias, la pratique journalistique et la politique

International |

Le Blogue Médias

Blogue de la revue Médias traitant
de l’actualité des médias en France et à l’étranger : prises de
position, interviews, enquêtes, brèves, chroniques et avec comme pour
tous les blogs, des commentaires, des opinions, des coups de gueule


Marc-Olivier Bherer
Blogue d’un journaliste du Courrier international offrant un regard de la presse anglophone et étrangère sur la Belle Province

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Youth sentencing sessions opened to media

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Sentencing conferences convened by youth court judges are part of the public court process and open to journalists, a Nova Scotia judge ruled in January 2007. But the media can be excluded when concerns arise about confidentiality and the administration of justice. By Dean Jobb.
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Too many publication bans?

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Publication bans British Columbia’s courts have imposed on the high-profile murder prosecutions of Robert Pickton and Kelly Ellard have renewed the debate over suppressing information about criminal cases. Media lawyers say judges are too quick to order bans, but defence counsel warn that publicity can undermine the right to a fair trial, The Canadian Press reports.
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Reporters to testify at murder trial

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Three Edmonton newspaper reporters who interviewed Thomas Svekla have been ordered to testify at his trial on charges of murdering two prostitutes. In a press release, the Canadian Association of Journalists condemns the move as a threat to journalists’ independence. Edmonton Journal editor-in-chief Allan Mayer warns it will have “a chilling effect on our ability to do stories.”
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