After three decades at CBC, it has been announced that Dave Bronstetter will host his last broadcast on Feb. 18, the Montreal Gazette reports.
Canadian journalist Muhammad Lila had been anchoring newscasts and reporting for CBC since 2008, and in that time has covered local, national and international stories. Now, he begins a new role as ABC’s foreign correspondent to Pakistan, Afghanistan and the region.
In moves that editor-in-chief John Stackhouse say reflect the shifts in the industry, The Globe and Mail is shaking up its management. J-Source’s Belinda Alzner reports on Sylvia Stead’s appointment as The Globe’s first public editor as well as the other newly created positions and changed roles that reflect a move toward greater accountability and a more digital focus.
Glen Hancock, who was a key figure in developing journalism education in Nova Scotia, has passed away.
Hancock was able to balance working in both journalism and public relations,… Continue Reading Glen Hancock, former head of Nova Scotia journalism school, has passed away
Larry Solway, a broadcaster and occasional actor, died this morning at the age of 83, according to a story by the Toronto Star.
Craig Silverman has announced that as of Dec. 19, his award-winning blog, RegretTheError.com, will be moving to Poynter.org, and he will be joining the institute as a member of its adjunct faculty.
Todd van der Heyden will be leaving CTV Montreal to join CTV News Channel in the new year
Graham Dennis, owner of The Halifax Herald Ltd. and publisher of The Chronicle Herald, died at home in Halifax last night at the age of 84.