This week’s Big Issue editor scoured
J-Source for good news – and there was more than you’d think. It
seems tough economic times get people thinking about what’s working
right. Tough times also inspire us to be better journalists. So
here’s a dose of our good news, with a challenge: share your own good news in Comments. What are the models that seem to be
working well, and how can we build on them?

Tough
times call for more ethics, not less

Niche
markets: the saviour of journalism?

Is
Mother Jones the answer for independent journalism?

Hand
over Hearst’s legacy to us, says reporter

This week’s Big Issue editor scoured
J-Source for good news – and there was more than you’d think. It
seems tough economic times get people thinking about what’s working
right. Tough times also inspire us to be better journalists. So
here’s a dose of our good news, with a challenge: share your own good news in Comments. What are the models that seem to be
working well, and how can we build on them?

Tough
times call for more ethics, not less

Niche
markets: the saviour of journalism?

Is
Mother Jones the answer for independent journalism?

Hand
over Hearst’s legacy to us, says reporter

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Patricia W. Elliott is a magazine journalist and assistant professor at the School of Journalism, University of Regina. You can visit her at patriciaelliott.ca.