Join us from 2 to 3 p.m. EST today for a syndicated Digital First Media live chat with Laura and Chris Amico, the founder/editor and developer behind Homicide Watch.
Journalism controversies rarely involve a newspaper restaurant reviewer. But then not many restaurant reviewers call up restaurants and request $200.
On Wednesday January 30 ONA Toronto hosted a panel discussion about the role of ebooks in the future of journalism from the point of view of news outlets, freelancers and staff journalists.
Join us from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. EST today as we syndicate Digital First Media's live chat with Mark Luckie, manager of journalism and news for Twitter on using social media for storytelling.
On Stephen Harper's #dayinthelife: For journalists who don’t often get to ask questions of the Prime Minister, it was interesting to see how they played it. There were the obvious stories and curation about Stanley the cat and all of the homework the PM did at his desk while he ate lunch, but there was also some journalism.
What, exactly, does media innovation look like and why do newsrooms need it now? Check out this recap of the CJF J-Talk on media innovation where moderator Marissa Nelson (CBC News) spoke with some of the industry's brightest minds in Zach Seward (Quartz), Michael DeMonte (ScribbleLive) and David Skok (GlobalNews.ca/Nieman Fellow) to find out what traditional media can learn from tech start-ups.
With the provincial structure of press councils perhaps soon becoming a thing of the past, what is the way forward for press accountability? Belinda Alzner looks at Canada's existing mechanisms through a theoretical lens.
Sun News Network has applied to the CRTC for mandatory carriage on basic cable as it announced it expects to run a $17-million loss in 2012. Critics have spoken against it and supporters have spoken for it. Does the network still have some growing up to do? Yes. But Justin Ling says it can't do that unless we give it a chance.
In what has been called an “unusual, if not unprecedented” move, the Prime Minister’s Office and parliamentary secretary to the Prime Minister Dean Del Mastro have issued a statement in response to reporting by Stephen Maher in which Maher is referred to as "controversial."
Western University's daily student paper, The Gazette, is facing threats to its press freedom from its publisher, the Western University Students' Council, according to front-page reports today penned by the paper's editor-in-chief Gloria Dickie.
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