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About Aneurin Bosley

Carleton University, assistant professor
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Technology and Journalism:  The Experience of Recent Graduates from Two Canadian Journalism Schools
6 months ago

Technology and Journalism:  The Experience of Recent Graduates from Two Canadian Journalism Schools

How should tech fit into journalism education? Are j-schools finding the right balance? Aneurin Bosley and Fred Vallance-Jones asked recent grads, in the latest issue of Facts and Frictions
How journalists informed audiences in a data-filled era
12 months ago

How journalists informed audiences in a data-filled era

The pandemic has shown the value of a data-literate news media
Survey: making social media giants share ad revenue would support local journalism, say newsroom leaders
1 year ago

Survey: making social media giants share ad revenue would support local journalism, say newsroom leaders

More than 80% of respondents across print and broadcasting reporting lower ad revenue during COVID-19
Survey: recent journalism grads working at weekly newspapers hit hardest by pandemic
2 years ago

Survey: recent journalism grads working at weekly newspapers hit hardest by pandemic

New journalists find communities engaged with COVID-19 news, but important stories unrelated to pandemic going uncovered
J-schools lag behind in teaching prized data journalism skills
2 years ago

J-schools lag behind in teaching prized data journalism skills

Professors tend to believe their students don’t want to do math. As a result, more frequently used tools like social media are emphasized, leaving new reporters behind on complex analysis tasks valued (if underutilized) by newsrooms
Why are j-school students saying no to reporting careers?
3 years ago

Why are j-school students saying no to reporting careers?

Journalism students have very different ideas about what a reporting career means to them. But it’s the ones who value journalism’s role in democracy that stay the course