Selecting the right source for a story can lend it credibility, while choosing the wrong one, or none at all, can reinforce the distrust many news consumers have for the press. This session will offer guidance on picking the best sources, such as those who are independent and verify information with evidence.
Join CWA Canada for a free networking event for media workers, freelancers and journalism students in Vancouver.
Enjoy FREE snacks and drinks as you make connections, test pitches, and share advice with people working (and studying) in the media across…
Carleton University’s School of Journalism and Communication, through the generosity of Richard Stursberg and Judith Lawrie, has established the Peter Stursberg Foreign Correspondents Lecture.
The lecture honours the legacy of famed Canadian war correspondent Peter Stursberg (1913-2014), an adventurous and…
Tune in to hear from four experienced panelists as they explore how reporting from the Middle East introduces new challenges to journalists.
– Ray Homer, former ABC News senior producer
– Sylvène Gilchrist, CBC News documentary producer/director