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27 May 2015
Simon Bredin's profile of the Power & Politics host charts a transformation from a brash magazine editor to someone who is very much a creature of television.
20 May 2015
“Silenced Spring” profiles environment reporters who are asking the public for money in order to write in-depth, quality stories that they feel are lacking in mainstream media.
13 May 2015
Yusur Al Bahrani considers the risks of using social media when reporting on terrorism-related stories.
12 May 2015
How a reporter and photographer illustrated a war that’s a long time gone—on foot.Read more
27 April 2015
“Mission Impossible” could have described the challenges facing the new National Post editor-in-chief, Erica Lenti’s profile subject, and the challenge of profiling Owens in the first place.
10 April 2015
Cartooning is not for the faint of heart, Sue Dewar told attendees at the 2015 Atkinson lecture at the Ryerson University School of Journalism.
08 April 2015
Notes from an intensive workshop on the art of the radio documentary.Read more
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.

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