J-Links for June 13: CTV, RTDNA apps; Greek journos give it one last shot; a family reunited after 25 years
In Canadian media:
CTV’s newly launched app, CTV News Cottage Traffic App, gives personalized, timely audio updates on traffic to people driving through Barrie and heading north — as far as Huntsville and Parry Sound.
The Toronto Star is asking its readers to send in requests for help in a variety of different issues — ranging from retirement savings to a refund on a bad flight experience. The newspaper will spend a week solving readers’ problems starting on Saturday July, 7.
The Association of Electronic Journalists is releasing an app to go along with next week’s National Conference. The RTDNA mobile app will help those attending the conference to plan their day and keep up-to-date on events and alerts during the conference.
In international media:
Journalists working for Greece’s second largest paper, Eleftherotypia, haven’t been paid since last August. They are coming together to publish a third — and possibly final — special edition paper a day before the country’s general election re-run.
The miraculous story of a then-five-year-old Indian boy who was separated from his older brother on a train ride who has found his family again after 25 years.