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At the gate of disaster
2 months ago

At the gate of disaster

A case study on the promotion of climate science rejectionism by mainstream news outlets and e-commerce companies
Technology and Journalism:  The Experience of Recent Graduates from Two Canadian Journalism Schools
3 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
Facts & Frictions Spring 2022
3 months ago

Facts & Frictions Spring 2022

Technology and journalism education, climate disinformation, innovations in audio storytelling and more explored in new journal issue
Discordant or just different? A comparison of community newspaper data in Canada
3 months ago

Discordant or just different? A comparison of community newspaper data in Canada

What the local news map and an industry group snapshot show — and what they don’t — about the state of community journalism
Bottom-up, audience-driven and shut down: How HuffPost Canada left its mark on Canadian media
3 months ago

Bottom-up, audience-driven and shut down: How HuffPost Canada left its mark on Canadian media

HuffPost Canada was abruptly shut down on March 9, 2021, by Buzzfeed as part of a broad restructuring plan for the company. This closure came two weeks after two dozen workers filed for union certification
Pushing past the empty rhetoric: The Canadian Mountain Podcast and its approach to land acknowledgments
4 months ago

Pushing past the empty rhetoric: The Canadian Mountain Podcast and its approach to land acknowledgments

What bridging knowledge systems and open collaboration taught us about bringing place-based meaning to digital and broadcast media production
Bridging disciplines in the explanatory journalism boom
4 months ago

Bridging disciplines in the explanatory journalism boom

Experts on everything from epidemiology to their own neighbourhoods are needed in public discourse more than ever. Here’s why media and subject matter specialists should work together
Saving journalism: views on how to pay for reliable information
5 months ago

Saving journalism: views on how to pay for reliable information

Many countries are experimenting with different forms of government support and policies but the question is what works best and is sustainable in each context
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