The program, started in 2007 and based in Cornwall, Ont., faced low enrolment and a lack of student interest.
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By Meredith Levine
I am sitting in my office at Western University with my newly retired TV colleague Cliff Lonsdale, offering him some work.
Cliff is notably unexcited by my… Continue Reading A journalism professor learns multimedia one mistake at a time
By Janice Tibbetts
A journalism student recently came into my office at Concordia University, musing about leaving the program because of the grim job prospects. She was looking for a… Continue Reading Education Matters: How to keep your j-students motivated when the industry is facing a crisis
The University of Regina’s School of Journalism is launching a master’s program—the first in the prairie provinces.
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Editors and reporters weigh in on how journalism students can put together the best possible portfolio.
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A program that teaches journalism and communications side by side may seem controversial. But Western University says it can see where the media industry is headed and is changing its curriculum to address the increasingly blurred line between journalism and public relations.
Continue Reading Western planning master’s program with dual focus of journalism and communications
When a producer from CNN called Carleton University’s journalism school for help covering the Ottawa attack, Kelly Hobson jumped at the opportunity.
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