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Highlights of Canadian University Press NASH 76 live blog
9 years ago

Highlights of Canadian University Press NASH 76 live blog

Missed the CUP conference last week? J-Source pulled together the highlights from the four-day conference on topics as varied as drone journalism, crime reporting, working from disaster zones and keynote speeches by Toronto Star reporter Robyn Doolittle, Edmonton Journal editor Margo Goodhand and Sun News Network host Ezra Levant.

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Canadian University Press NASH76 Conference Day 4
9 years ago

Canadian University Press NASH76 Conference Day 4

Every year, CUP hosts a national conference that attracts more than 300 young journalists like you from across the country. Today's topics include: Business journalism; a keynote speech by Edmonton mayor Don Iveson; Pitching for magazines; Writing book reviews; Disaster reporting and a final keynote speech by Sun News Network host Ezra Levant.

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Canadian University Press NASH76 Conference Day 3
9 years ago

Canadian University Press NASH76 Conference Day 3

Every year, CUP hosts a national conference that attracts more than 300 young journalists like you from across the country. Today's topics include: crime reporting; a keynote speech from Margo Goodhand at the Edmonton Journal; and print design. 

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Canadian Business hiring one-year intern

The Canadian Business internship is an opportunity for young journalists to obtain real-world, on-the-job training at a monthly magazine.

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Canadian University Press NASH76 Conference Day 2
9 years ago

Canadian University Press NASH76 Conference Day 2

Every year, CUP hosts a national conference that attracts more than 300 young journalists from across the country. Today's topics include: The changing face of mainstream sports journalism; Drone journalism; Social Media in Reporting: Legal Restrictions and Considerations; Who gets a voice? Journalism and social change; and a keynote speech by Mark Coatney of Al Jazeera America.

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Canadian University Press NASH76 Conference Day 1
9 years ago

Canadian University Press NASH76 Conference Day 1

Every year, CUP hosts a national conference that attracts more than 300 young journalists from across the country. The keynote speaker today is Robyn Doolittle, a city hall reporter at the Toronto Star. Doolittle has broken some of the most talked about stories in Toronto over the last few years, including a year-and-a-long investigation into the Mayor of Toronto’s substance abuse issues has garnered international attention. Doolittle is now writing her first book, Crazy Town: The Rob Ford Story. Wednesday Jan. 8 at 8 p.m. MT. 

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Postmedia hiring summer interns

Postmedia News is prowling for talented, creative and high-energy students to join our newsroom in the summer of 2014. Successful candidates cover federal politics for 12 weeks for Postmedia websites and newspapers across the country.

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Amanda Lang: Students should give business journalism a chance

Does the thought of numbers and financial markets scare you? Ryerson journalism student Haaruun Dhubat interviewed Amanda Lang, of the Lang and O’Leary Exchange, on how she got into the field without a business degree and succeeded.

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If local news will be the saviour of Canadian journalism, what are you going to do about it, broadcasters?

With the Local Programming Improvement Fund set to dry up next year, television networks must find ways to cover news outside big cities without blowing the budget. But cheaper isn't always better, writes Harriet Luke for the Ryerson Review of Journalism. 

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What we lose when newspapers give up on beat reporting

As general assignment becomes the norm in newsrooms, publishers save money while the journalism—and the readers—suffer, writes Lisa Coxon for the Ryerson Review of Journalism

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