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‘Self-reporting on newsroom diversity would encourage a culture of trust and accountability, one that the journalism profession upholds in its role as a watchdog of public institutions.’
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You may have read about – or already seen, depending on where you are – the latest tweak to Facebook’s interface: the disappearance of the likes counter.
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SSHRC reviewers said the Global Journalism Innovation Lab “promises to be influential at a time of critical need”
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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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