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Andrew Mayeda moves to Bloomberg DC bureau

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By Tamara Baluja, Associate Editor

Bloomberg Canada’s Ottawa reporter Andrew Mayeda is moving to the Washington, D.C., bureau.

Mayeda tweeted he will cover the International Monetary Fund, World Blank and… Continue Reading Andrew Mayeda moves to Bloomberg DC bureau

Toronto Star MasterGlass: How not to shoot wedding photos

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Toronto Star photographer Randy Risling shows many ways that photographers can ruin the intimate moments of a wedding.

Video courtesy of Toronto Star. More photojournalism videos can be found… Continue Reading Toronto Star MasterGlass: How not to shoot wedding photos

Winnipeg Free Press adds social media element to letters to the editor

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By Tamara Baluja, Associate Editor

Letters to the editor are a dying breed. Although a long-standing tradition at newspapers, they just don’t jibe with today’s media landscape of immediacy and… Continue Reading Winnipeg Free Press adds social media element to letters to the editor

Why undervaluing young journalists is a big mistake

Business journalist Karen Ho tweeted about how the media industry treats young journalists poorly and what she sees as the unfortunate ramifications of such treatment.
Continue Reading Why undervaluing young journalists is a big mistake

Global plans 24-hour national-local news hybrid service

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By Tamara Baluja, Associate Editor

Global News wants to launch a 24-hour national-local news hybrid channel it hopes it will make its local channels more profitable.

Its parent company, Shaw… Continue Reading Global plans 24-hour national-local news hybrid service

Shine a light on government secrecy with #cdnfoi

In his latest column, The Unknowable Country columnist Sean Holman highlights why Canadians need more awareness of just how much is being hidden from them, and spotlighting examples of government secrecy with the hashtag #cdnfoi.
Continue Reading Shine a light on government secrecy with #cdnfoi

Covering the Ebola story

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By Greg Reaume, Managing Editor of CBC News Coverage

It’s been 10 months since the first cases of Ebola surfaced in the West African country of Guinea. Since then the disease has spread… Continue Reading Covering the Ebola story

Justin Giovannetti joins Globe’s Edmonton bureau

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By Tamara Baluja, Associate Editor

Justin Giovannetti, who currently works for The Globe and Mail’s Vancouver bureau, is moving to the Edmonton bureau.

Giovannetti previously worked as a web reporter for… Continue Reading Justin Giovannetti joins Globe’s Edmonton bureau

Jacques Poitras on the Irvings’ relationship with journalism

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By Joyita Sengupta

In his new book, Irving vs. Irving, Jacques Poitras gives an inside look at a family that has built an empire and is one of the richest families in… Continue Reading Jacques Poitras on the Irvings’ relationship with journalism