With heightened awareness of the realities of difficult storytelling and the demands of work, journalistic practice has been pushed to evolve. Journalist Tamara Cherry and author and advocate Mark Henick discuss newsrooms’ responsibility to workers and sources.
With major legislative changes surrounding news delivery in Canada, tech and news organizations are mapping their next moves. Parliamentary reporter Anja Karadeglija discusses the function of the broadcast regulator in the digital age.
Improving reporting on Indigenous issues isn't just about increasing coverage. Journalist and producer Melissa Ridgen discusses changing structures in television news and bringing best practices to enterprise reporting.
With social media and increased online engagement in local news, there are not only more voices in a polarized news ecosystem, but greater distrust in the journalism industry. Journalist Shireen Ahmed discusses fostering healthy dialogue while building public trust.
The rise of artificial intelligence has caused analysts to reflect on the possibilities of almost every industry, including journalism. Journalism professor Gavin Adamson on tools like ChatGPT and their implications for media ethics, practice and education.
Newsroom convergence means Canada has seen a rise in news deserts and ghost newsrooms. Media consultant Anita Li explores the consequences, effects and innovative solutions on geographic and cultural communities across the country.
As freelance journalism increasingly becomes the norm in the broadcasting industry, Canadian Freelance Union President Nora Loreto discusses strategies for entrepreneurs to succeed in a challenging media environment.