2018 Michener-Deacon Fellow for Journalism Education Tamara Baluja spent the past year studying what journalism schools are teaching their students about social media storytelling, metrics and best practices. Here’s what she found
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For a seven-day stretch, TC Media writers filed stories from their communities that sought to capture small yet poignant moments.
Continue Reading Stories that whisper, instead of screaming
By Tamara Baluja, Associate Editor
Postmedia’s plan to buy all of Sun Media’s 175 English-language newspapers and websites has many reporters and commentators concerned about the concentration of media ownership. If this… Continue Reading Graphic: Newspaper ownership concentration in Canada
Jim Roberts, the executive editor and chief content officer of Mashable, discusses digital transformation with James Bradshaw, media reporter with The Globe and Mail, in this Canadian Journalism Foundation J-Talk.
Continue Reading Live blog: Mashable’s Jim Roberts in conversation with James Bradshaw
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The Globe and Mail's focus editor Julie Traves is joining the Post as deputy editor and Ben Errett becomes director of strategy.
While there will always be photos of political and business leaders, who more often are men, editors need to make an effort to use more pictures of women and visible-minority members, writes public editor Sylvia Stead.
The Executive Director of HonestReporting Canada, Mike Fegelman, complained that CBC reported the shelling of the Gaza power plant by Israeli forces as a proven fact. He pointed to Israeli military statements denying responsibility. One online story was edited to reflect that fact, but another one, published some time later, was not. The inconsistency is not acceptable.