Declining enrolment, fewer newspaper jobs prompts revamp of program
Read More Continue Reading Niagara College journalism program in final year, to be replaced by multimedia storytelling
The complainant, Jack Locke, thought that a story on the World at Six took sides in a running controversy over adding fluoride to drinking water. As a long-time opponent of fluoridation, he found that hard to swallow.
Read More Continue Reading CBC Ombudsperson: Fuss over fluoride
“Who – or what – will do journalism in this AI-enhanced and automated world, and how will they do it?”
Read More Continue Reading Artificial-intelligence-enhanced journalism offers a glimpse of the future of the knowledge economy
Departing staff will leave the paper over the summer
Read More Continue Reading Margaret Wente leaving the Globe and Mail, 5 layoffs following May buyout offer
Karen Pugliese on how to move forward (No token efforts please)
Read More Continue Reading Canadian newspapers had the tools and exposure to cover the MMIWG final report with the respect it deserved. They botched it anyway
The Telegraph-Journal won the 2018 Michener Award for Sounding the Alarm, an 18-month series led by investigative journalist Michael Robinson, which exposed critical understaffing of New Brunswick ambulances.
Read More Continue Reading Telegraph-Journal wins 2018 Michener Award
How do democracies deal with disinformation that is indistinguishable from journalism?
Read More Continue Reading Operation Infektion 2.0? State-sponsored journalism and disinformation