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J-Schools Canada/ÉcolesJ Launches to Support Journalism Education
3 weeks ago

J-Schools Canada/ÉcolesJ Launches to Support Journalism Education

At a time when journalism faces a range of threats, Canadian journalism educators are building stronger links with each other and with fellow educators around the world to promote and… Continue Reading J-Schools Canada/ÉcolesJ Launches to Support Journalism Education

Capturing the Pulse of a City: Christopher Cheung

Capturing the Pulse of a City: Christopher Cheung

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Capturing the Pulse of a City

From displacement of mom-and-pop stores to redevelopment … to multigenerational families living under one roof … to the mystery of the Baklava Man, urban… Continue Reading Capturing the Pulse of a City: Christopher Cheung

“Bearing Witness: Journalism, Trust and Social Media” by Andy Carvin, Asper Visiting Professor, Journalist and Author

“Bearing Witness: Journalism, Trust and Social Media” by Andy Carvin, Asper Visiting Professor, Journalist and Author

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For the last two decades, American journalist Andy Carvin has pioneered the use of social media to report geopolitical upheaval, from the September 11 attacks to the Arab Spring. Is… Continue Reading “Bearing Witness: Journalism, Trust and Social Media” by Andy Carvin, Asper Visiting Professor, Journalist and Author

Kids get the scoop in library newspaper they produced
6 months ago

Kids get the scoop in library newspaper they produced

The Strathcona County Library Journal is a project of Michael Hingston, writer-in-residence for the Metro Edmonton Federation of Libraries.
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Getting Started: Conversations About How to Freelance

Getting Started: Conversations About How to Freelance

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Join us at the Ryerson School of Journalism on Tuesday, April 17 as leading editors and freelancers share their candid insights on what it takes to succeed as a freelance… Continue Reading Getting Started: Conversations About How to Freelance

#MediaToo: The #MeToo movement has hit Canada. What’s next?

#MediaToo: The #MeToo movement has hit Canada. What’s next?

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Reporting on sexual misconduct can be as difficult as navigating a minefield. How do you maintain transparency? Is it your job to report on the accusation without bias or to… Continue Reading #MediaToo: The #MeToo movement has hit Canada. What’s next?

#MediaToo: The #MeToo movement has hit Canada. What’s next?

#MediaToo: The #MeToo movement has hit Canada. What’s next?

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Reporting on sexual misconduct can be as difficult as navigating a minefield. How do you maintain transparency? Is it your job to report on the accusation without bias or to… Continue Reading #MediaToo: The #MeToo movement has hit Canada. What’s next?

The Stories Behind the Stories

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They are the journalists who produced some of Canada’s most recent poignant and powerful stories. What challenges lie behind reporting these important pieces? From the first notion of an idea… Continue Reading The Stories Behind the Stories

1st Annual Peter Stursberg Foreign Correspondents Lecture featuring the BBC’s Lyse Doucet

1st Annual Peter Stursberg Foreign Correspondents Lecture featuring the BBC’s Lyse Doucet

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Carleton University’s School of Journalism and Communication, through the generosity of Richard Stursberg and Judith Lawrie, has established the Peter Stursberg Foreign Correspondents Lecture.

The lecture honours the legacy of… Continue Reading 1st Annual Peter Stursberg Foreign Correspondents Lecture featuring the BBC’s Lyse Doucet

From the Frontlines: reporting from the Middle East panel

From the Frontlines: reporting from the Middle East panel

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Tune in to hear from four experienced panelists as they explore how reporting from the Middle East introduces new challenges to journalists.

Panelists: – Ray Homer, former ABC News senior… Continue Reading From the Frontlines: reporting from the Middle East panel