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27 March 2015
How journalist and former Canadian Geographic editor Dan Rubinstein made the leap from 5,000-word features to a book-length project.
23 March 2015
Massey College panel discusses access, labour and representation in the current media landscape. If there is a generation war in Canadian journalism, they conclude, it certainly isn’t new.
16 March 2015
When Kevin Donovan started at the Toronto Star as an intern, he thought he’d be there for five years.Read more
13 March 2015
In this video produced by students from Sheridan College, find out how stories are pitched, developed, and followed for the online audience of Global News.
17 February 2015
Mohamed Sheriffdeen talks about his JHM-nominated story: his research, process and what it’s like to be nominated for your first news story.
27 January 2015
A reporter and a videographer show us how their reports make it to air without a hitch.Read more
11 November 2014
For a seven-day stretch, TC Media writers filed stories from their communities that sought to capture small yet poignant moments.
04 November 2014
Canadian news coverage of the Ottawa attack has been praised around the world for its restraint in the face of terror, many being lockdown or out of their newsrooms, as well as conflicting and
11 November 2014
Yahoo Canada’s Jenny Sung explains how her video of a campaign volunteer comparing Doug Ford’s mayoral race loss to ISIS attacks went viral.

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