From Jan. 3 to 6, emerging journalists from across the country came together in Calgary, Alta. for NASH, an annual journalism conference hosted this year by the University of Calgary’s… Continue Reading Top takeaways from NASH 2019
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It was an overwhelmingly humid summer day in Hong Kong when Adrian Ma, professor at the Ryerson School of Journalism, found himself… Continue Reading Telling stories from all directions
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Public Policy Forum research could indicate that local newspapers are being saturated by wire service stories, rather than featuring local political coverage.
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The website was started by Rob Csernyik to connect Canadians with features about their country.
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Carleton students learn how to tell stories about Canada’s Indigenous communities with a breadth of understanding.
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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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The Institute is led by Patti Sonntag, former managing editor of The New York Times’ News Services Division.
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The Strathcona County Library Journal is a project of Michael Hingston, writer-in-residence for the Metro Edmonton Federation of Libraries.
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Students who had some job experience, especially if it was paid, showed the strongest enthusiasm toward journalism according to Carleton prof Aneurin Bosley.
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