Recap: CJF J-Talk with editors on reinventing the modern newspaper

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J-Source was at the sold-out CJF J-Talk on reinventing modern newspapers on Thursday evening. Lou Clancy, vice-president of editorial and editor-in-chief of Postmedia News; Michael Cooke, editor of the Toronto Star; Charlotte Empey, editor-in-chief of Metro English Canada; and John Stackhouse, editor-in-chief of The Globe and Mail discussed the latest challenges to journalism and strategies to save the news business. Scott White, editor-in-chief of The Canadian Press, moderated.

 

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