The Globe and Mail writer won the Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Award for her “Breaking Caste” series.
Nixon will take over from Cheryl Oates who left to pursue a career in communications.
Journalist Nick Davies’ new book is a primer on great reporting and a morality tale about unethical journalism.
Bradbury, currently executive director of content development at Star Media Group, will start her new role on Oct. 14.
Cathrin Bradbury will join Metro English Canada as its vice-president and editor-in-chief on Oct. 14.
Marin, a parliamentary bureau reporter, will join the Montreal bureau of The Canadian Press at the end of the month, while Marquis will start in Ottawa on Sept. 8.
The Globe’s policy is to use accents on French names and words but not on words in other languages. The belief is that Canadian editors should know the correct accents for French words but cannot be expected to know the accents for other languages.
Once you earn that hard-won job, you will be too busy doing journalism to read or even think deeply about capital-J journalism. Books Editor Dan Rowe recommends five books that may or may not appear one of your syllabi, but that you should read anyway.
The strongest case for a journalism education is that media companies in the vast majority of cases still ask for journalism graduates from college or university programs, writes columnist Joe Banks.