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APTN partners with 5 news organizations and networks to produce global Indigenous reporting project
1 month ago

APTN partners with 5 news organizations and networks to produce global Indigenous reporting project

By  •  News, Field Notes
Anti-Indigenous handbook aims to investigate groups that work against Indigenous rights
New journal to highlight journalism research
1 month ago

New journal to highlight journalism research

J-Source to publish Facts & Frictions in partnership with J-Schools Canada/Écoles-J Canada
COVID-19 Media Impact Map for Canada: Update Oct. 22
1 month ago

COVID-19 Media Impact Map for Canada: Update Oct. 22

The COVID-19 Media Impact Map for Canada is a joint project of J-Source, the Local News Research Project at Ryerson’s School of Journalism and the Canadian Association of Journalists.
Community podcast initiative coming to Calgary
1 month ago

Community podcast initiative coming to Calgary

Mount Royal University hub will build technical skills, distribute content and foster scholarship on the medium
Gig worker legislation fuels debate on freelance journalism labour
2 months ago

Gig worker legislation fuels debate on freelance journalism labour

What Calif. bill showcases about pitfalls in legal approaches to securing protections, decent pay for freelancers
Podcasts’ slow journalism is where reporting meets storytelling
2 months ago

Podcasts’ slow journalism is where reporting meets storytelling

Through the course ‘Podcasting and Perspective: How Audio Storytelling Can Tackle Complex Social Issues,’ 2020 Asper Fellow Hannah Sung maps out how audio journalism’s layered approach gets results
Room Up Front launches to mentor aspiring BIPOC photojournalists
2 months ago

Room Up Front launches to mentor aspiring BIPOC photojournalists

‘We think a person with their own individual experiences and history and background will approach a story differently. More importantly, they will point and compose their frame differently’
Understanding the TikTok saga and what it means to Canada
2 months ago

Understanding the TikTok saga and what it means to Canada

Negotiations for a Trump-led takeover of the popular video sharing app continue to twist and turn, with Walmart and Oracle in line for partial ownership. But is a U.S.-owned ByteDance any different for Canadians? And what will happen if the app gets banned?
2020 is a year for the history books, but not without digital archives
2 months ago

2020 is a year for the history books, but not without digital archives

Canada lags behind some countries with preserving public digital records
CBC Ombudsperson: CBC coverage of the Epoch Times
3 months ago

CBC Ombudsperson: CBC coverage of the Epoch Times

When CBC News reported on the way the Epoch Times was covering issues related to the coronavirus pandemic, it inspired dozens of complaints. Reader David Tencer wrote that CBC had done a “smear job” on the newspaper, and his complaint is the subject of my latest review.