Now on J-Source: Greenspon story left untold; intern fired for article; H1N1 lessons from SARS



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    Now on J-Source - June 9 - June 15, 2009

    FEATURES

    (xx)Some day, you'll cover a health crisis(xx)
    The latest health scare in Canada won't be the last, writes former
    Toronto Star health reporter Karen Palmer.

    (xx)News? Not in our back yard...(xx)
    As the announcement of Greenspon's departure showed, journalists' news
    judgment and reporting rigour may take a back seat when the media
    themselves are in the news.

    (xx)"I can't imagine a better job": an interview with Joe Schlesinger(xx)
    Legendary CBC reporter Joe Schlesinger talks about his start in
    journalism, interviewing Ayatollah Khomeini and walking through Paris
    with Brigitte Bardot.

    IN THE NEWS

    (xx)Intern fired over news article(xx)
    (xx)AlbertaViews takes top mag award(xx)
    (xx)Vancouver Sun editorial cartoonist laid off(xx)

    RECENT POSTS

    (xx)Emerging from a culture of failure(xx)
    (xx)Good database for finding journalists on Twitter(xx)
    (xx)Beat reporters valuable in online newsrooms(xx)

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