Declining enrolment, fewer newspaper jobs prompts revamp of program
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The RRJ’s Katherine Singh explores the state of commerce and the limits of feminism in women’s magazines
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“Who – or what – will do journalism in this AI-enhanced and automated world, and how will they do it?”
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How do democracies deal with disinformation that is indistinguishable from journalism?
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What happens when an illegally logged tree falls or poachers kill endangered brown bears in the forest, but there’s no journalist to report it?
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A five-point plan for mainstream media to cover fewer royal babies and more of our unfolding catastrophe
Read More Continue Reading Dear Journalists of Canada: Start Reporting Climate Change as an Emergency
The RRJ’s Sarah Krichel goes behind the scenes into her deep dive on Adrienne Batra’s career and navigating how to hold her and her paper accountable — with and without her help
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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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Survey of small-market papers finds workers anxious about ad revenue, stressed about digital competition but still have their readers’ trust
Read More Continue Reading Local news snapshot finds journalists split on their future