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16 November 2014
On Friday morning, people noticed National Post columnist Andrew Coyne was not on Twitter. There were some questions, jokes and, a few hours later, an e-mail answer.
11 November 2014
In the world of social media, reporters are covering fewer stories, not more.Read more
11 November 2014
The newspaper has partnered with Montreal’s La Presse to develop a new tablet edition of the Toronto Star.Read more
11 November 2014
While Canadian coverage was praised worldwide, it catered to a national audience. Seemingly mundane questions—such as whether buses were running and which roads were closed—didn’t become the focus of
03 November 2014
WikiWash, new software conceived by journalists at Metro News, is helping users—including reporters—watch and track edits made to Wikipedia articles in real time.
28 October 2014
WikiWash, new software conceived by journalists at Metro News, is helping users—including reporters—watch and track edits made to Wikipedia articles in real time. - See more at: http://jpress.
04 November 2014
By Tamara Baluja, Associate Editor Sandra E. Martin will as multi-platform editorial director of Canadian Living on Nov. 3. She taken over from editor-in-chief Jennifer Reynolds, who abruptly left
11 November 2014
Social media has changed how we know and respond to events.Read more
04 November 2014
Newspapers, in their legacy format, represent simplicity in a complicated world, which is the Achilles heel of the mobile environment, writes columnist Joe Banks.

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