The Media Centre for Public Policy and Knowledge Mobilization is led by Dr. Shannon Sampert, editor-in-chief of EvidenceNetwork.ca.
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Off the record, a source said; a senior government official said on background; according to an insider. How important are anonymous sources in reporting? Overuse or misuse can hurt… Continue Reading Globe and Mail Public Editor: When weighing anonymous voices, consider the source
Founder and editor-in-chief Linda Solomon Wood wants to reach Canadians who haven’t heard of the National Observer.
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Journalists need more than good intentions when venturing into Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside to tell its stories.
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Student newspapers face many of the same pressures as larger media outlets.
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By illuminating both the values and challenges besetting local journalism, we can reimagine a new day for local news.
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The complainant, Bodgan Gawroński, objected to an interview with historian Jan Grabowski on CBC Radio programme Day 6. He thought it was biased and that Mr. Grabowski represented an extreme… Continue Reading CBC Ombudsman: Polish perspective