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19 February 2015
“Lies, Damn Lies and Viral Content” examines the newsroom practices that lead to spreading misinformation when reporting on unverified claims.
02 December 2014
A study of reddit users’ posts about the Toronto mayoral election shows a preference for old, mainstream news outlets over online and alternative media.
16 November 2014
The right kind of media attention may actually play a positive role in increasing mental health awareness and help-seeking behaviour.
11 November 2014
New study finds that digital technologies are transforming the work of Canadian journalists—and not for the better.
05 November 2014
There are two common misconceptions: journalists only talk about suicide in an over-the-top, sensational manner, and this spotlight on high-profile celebrity suicides is in contrast to a long-
04 November 2014
By Gemma Richardson With Robin Williams’ death in August, how to cover suicide was once again topical—albeit briefly—in the media. Several weeks later, Suicide Prevention Day on Sept. 10 generated
10 November 2014
Toronto-area ethnic newspapers tended to cover the Conservatives more extensively than other political parties during the 2011 election, concludes a new study by Ryerson University journalism
02 September 2014
Picard, a specialist in media economics, will start in the newly created role in January and will be based in Boston.
02 September 2014
Silverman will conduct research into how news organizations deal with rumours and unverified information at Columbia University.


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