In the December/January 2013 issue of More Magazine, editor-in-chief Linda Lewis tells readers she's fighting leukemia. On Wednesday, Transcontinental Media announced this issue would be More's last.
Veteran broadcaster Thomas McKee has died at the age of 76 “following a lengthy illness,” Broadcaster Magazine reports.
Mark McInnis and Chris Irwin will head CBC’s planning and programming of the 2014 Sochi Olympic Games, respectively, the Hollywood Reporter has reported.
In her final regular political column for The Ottawa Citizen, Susan Riley tries to define her political worldview. In a testament to how complicated such worldviews really are – how many journalists see themselves as any sort of capital-letter partisan? – Riley’s classification spans at least six paragraphs and culminates in no clear consensus. "I am not a partisan — and no journalist worth reading will be."
The following is the full transcript of Belinda Alzner's interview with The Globe and Mail publisher Phillip Crawley on the newspaper's upcoming implementation of a paywall.
When Jane Davenport was appointed managing editor of the Toronto Star in June she said it was a bit “daunting.” Now, a few months into the job, she talks with Eric Mark Do about her past experience launching Metro Halifax, the Star’s digital future and what it’s like managing coverage of a mayor who boycotts your newspaper.
J-Links: Alan Toulin dead at 63; Journalists up for Governor General lit awards; DJ Journo?
J-Links: Wente’s story goes international; Henry Champ passes away; Mother Jones’ emergence
In Canadian media:
Bob Johnstone dead at 82
Bob Johnstone is a renowned Canadian storyteller; his voice perhaps best known for his “Today in History” radio features, though he… Continue Reading J-Links: Bob Johnstone passes away; 2012 Freelance Industry report; Friends’ CBC Town Hall in Halifax
Paul Woods appointed as Ryerson’s visiting professor in journalism for 2012-2013