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Shooting War: Covering 50 Years of Conflict

Shooting War: Covering 50 Years of Conflict

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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

Vancouver freelancers invited to NPAC “Mix and Mingle”

Vancouver freelancers invited to NPAC “Mix and Mingle”

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BC media freelancers are invited to a “Mix and Mingle” with members of the News Photographers Association of Canada as they begin their conference in Vancouver next month. Please come… Continue Reading Vancouver freelancers invited to NPAC “Mix and Mingle”

Vancouver Media Mixer (FREE!)

Vancouver Media Mixer (FREE!)

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Join CWA Canada for a free networking event for media workers, freelancers and journalism students in Vancouver.

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Understanding trauma behind the lens
3 years ago

Understanding trauma behind the lens

Conference hosted by Ryerson Review of Journalism revealed the harsh realities of being a photo or video journalist in environments of conflict.
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NFB Instagram project brings Indigenous stories to the mobile screen
4 years ago

NFB Instagram project brings Indigenous stories to the mobile screen

This story was funded by the J-Source Patreon campaign.

By Tennessa Wild

The Instagram profile “What Brings Us Here” is filled with real stories in real time. The… Continue Reading NFB Instagram project brings Indigenous stories to the mobile screen

Photographer Lyle Owerko on 9/11, the day “no birds sang”
4 years ago

Photographer Lyle Owerko on 9/11, the day “no birds sang”

The photographer who captured one of the most famous images of the World Trade Towers explains how instinct carried him through the day.
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