TORONTO, Dec. 22 /CNW/ - "Now on J-Source" is the free weekly newsletter of J-Source.ca (http://j-source.ca), a website project of the Canadian Journalism Project (CJP), featuring Canadian journalism facts, opinions, tools, advice and connections.
Here's a sampling from this week's issue.
Now on J-Source
December 22, 2009 to January 4, 2010
J-Source is taking a holiday break and newsletters will resume January
IN THE NEWS
(xx)SCC creates new libel defence of responsible communication(xx)
(xx)AJAs add magazine categories for 2009 awards(xx)
(xx)Koring, Hollett, Hayes pick up Amnesty's 2009 Media Awards(xx)
(xx)CBC and National Post to team up for Olympic coverage(xx)
(xx)News helicopter crashes in Montreal(xx)
(xx)15,000 lost jobs in U.S. newspaper biz in 2009: News Cycle(xx)
(xx)Nominations now open for the 2009 J-Source Journalism Integrity
Do you know someone who is an inspiration to working journalists,
educators and audiences? The J-Source Journalism Integrity Award will
recognize a person or organization that has had a positive impact on the
quality of journalism in Canada in 2009. Nominate your choice now.
(xx)Want me to pay for local news? Deliver more value(xx)
The two recent CRTC hearings about the fee-for-carriage battle between
cable companies and conventional broadcasters highlighted the way local
TV will (and must) change, writes Greg O'Brien.
(xx)Can non-profit journalism make it in Canada?(xx)
The funding environment in Canada may not be as crowded as in the
U.S., but Canada does suffer from a lack of foundation support for media
ventures, writes Bilbo Poynter. Poynter explains what's needed for non-
profit journalism to get off the ground.
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