CBC reporter Stefani Langenegger, a full-time politics reporter at the legislature, was taken off the beat this year, to many people’s surprise.
Continue Reading Regina man fights for full-time coverage of Saskatchewan legislature
It’s clear that newsrooms, in the age of social media and ubiquitous video, would not be well served by a document simply explaining why payments should never be made.
Sean Eckford leaves job of nine years after management allegedly asks all staff to participate in a one-day voluntary ad sales blitz.
Continue Reading News director of two BC radio stations resigns after editorial staff asked to sell ads
Websites like Twitter, Facebook, influences what gets reported and what audiences read.
Continue Reading Social media shakes things up in journalism
39th annual awards celebrate best work in Canadian magazines.
Continue Reading Submissions open for National Magazine Awards
Journalistic practice demonstrates difference in how North American and European reporters perceive role of government.
Continue Reading In some European countries, not naming those accused of a crime is the norm
The future of journalism education is the focus of a new collection of essays just published by the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre.
Continue Reading Where will journalism education go from here?
New program at Dalhousie and University of King’s College offers J.D. and M.J. concurrently.
Continue Reading Halifax schools to offer a joint journalism and law program