Silverman will conduct research into how news organizations deal with rumours and unverified information at Columbia University.
Richard Kanee takes over the role from Tessa Sproule, who left the public broadcaster to launch Vubble.
There is nothing normal about the endless Toronto municipal election campaign, and readers have strong views about what they have seen and still want to see in The Globe’s coverage, writes public editor Sylvia Stead.
Do you know the answers to the following facts of geography, history, civics and science? Or would you double-check to make sure you are right?
It is easy to dismiss the proposal for a national press council as “out-dated.” Even the world “press” conjures up images of reporters from the previous century wearing a sign in their hats that said “Press.” But media ethicist Stephen J.A. Ward explains why we should not dismiss the idea for a national press council outright.
Jones will join the Queen’s Park press gallery in September, replacing Babbage who will join the national and Ontario desks in Toronto.
Mark Starowicz, executive director of documentary, and Bruce Cowley, who oversees the Documentary Channel, will both report to Dettman.
This Globe and Mail memo was obtained by J-Source. In it, executive editor Jill Borra, editorial head of digital Kevin Siu and executive editor of globeandmail.com Jim Sheppard tell staff to not change Pagemasters North America (PMNA) headlines except under specific circumstances. The Globe is one of several Canadian newspapers that outsources its page productions to PMNA, which is owned by The Canadian Press.
Ever wonder how and why hidden cameras are used in a journalistic investigation? Check out this video showing the ways CBC's Marketplace uses the most unsuspecting items, even a child's toy, to secretly record audio and video, and get to the bottom of a story.
Maurino, a business reporter with The Canadian Press, is leaving to pursue a freelancing career.