Following on from the work of University of Toronto’s Professor Anthony Feinstein, The Globe and Mail presents Shooting War: Covering 50 Years of Conflict. For the first time in history,… Continue Reading Shooting War: Covering 50 Years of Conflict
The paper will cut $10-million in labour costs, publisher told staff, and employees can accept voluntary package until May 29
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Visual journalism is a storytelling technique used by media companies around the world, using graphics, like maps and charts, to help visualize data and tell stories. We’re kicking off our… Continue Reading How-to: Visual Journalism and the Tools for Success in 2019
Anti-vaxxers are up in arms about negative media coverage of their cause. Considering the timing, this is a little surprising: measles, a potentially life-threatening disease especially for unvaccinated babies… Continue Reading Globe and Mail Public Editor: No need to offer ‘false balance’ to anti-vaxxers
On the ground around the world, The Globe and Mail’s foreign correspondents give voices to citizens facing injustice and tell the stories that need to be told in a fearless pursuit… Continue Reading Curious Minds Weekend // Beyond the Story with The Globe and Mail’s Mark MacKinnon
(Disclosure: I’m the full-time paid publisher of Briarpatch Magazine, a volunteer board member of the Media Co-op, CEO of the currently inactive environmental consulting company Porpoise B Consulting, and freelance… Continue Reading A case study in nondisclosures
A few readers, graduates of St. Michael’s College, were upset with The Globe and Mail’s coverage of their school these past two weeks. Toronto police are investigating allegations of… Continue Reading Globe and Mail public editor: When a private school’s history goes public
Racialized journalists are trying to create change in a predominantly white industry, but say support needs to come from the top.
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