CABJ and CJOC on how to improve media representation and inclusion, now
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Since the summer of 2015, journalists in exile are attracting growing WhatsApp audiences at home, who are eager for information about what is going on in the troubled country
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Journalism students have very different ideas about what a reporting career means to them. But it’s the ones who value journalism’s role in democracy that stay the course
Read More Continue Reading Why are j-school students saying no to reporting careers?
The appetite for smart local news is there. The challenge is figuring out how to make it profitable
Read More Continue Reading Local news outlets can fill the media trust gap – but the public needs to pony up
Applications for the full-time investigative producer/editor position are due Jan. 30
Read More Continue Reading The Institute for Investigative journalism is hiring
As the decade came to a close, cisgender women, non-binary and transgender journalists continued to face unequal pay, barriers to career advancement and harassment in the workplace, according to the results of J-Source’s Gender Diversity in Canadian Journalism Project.
Read More Continue Reading J-Source releases Gender Diversity in Canadian Journalism Project report, a snapshot of gender equity issues in media
It won’t be a surprise to many that the gender pay gap still exists in Canadian journalism.
A survey conducted by J-Source shows that 42 per cent of surveyed cisgender… Continue Reading Survey: Gender equity issues in Canadian journalism persist at end of decade
There’s still time left to submit your nominations for the Canadian Association of Journalists awards, which recognize excellence in Canadian reporting.
To learn more about entry procedures, visit its… Continue Reading Apply for the 2019 CAJ awards