TORONTO, June 18 /CNW/ -
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Now on J-Source - June 16 - June 22, 2009
(xx)Secret documents: one reporter's story(xx)
Recent stories about misplaced cabinet documents and secret memos
reminded Cecil Rosner of a similar experience 25 years ago.
(xx)From beat reporter to book author, 500 words at a time(xx)
Former Maclean's business editor Rod McQueen made the pilgrimage from
newsrooms to bestseller lists 12 books ago, and offers his advice.
(xx)Let the public help guide journalism ethics(xx)
Stephen J.A. Ward says journalists must reject the "we know better"
attitude and start involving the public in discussions about ethics.
IN THE NEWS
(xx)Znaimer back in TV with Vision(xx)
(xx)Still time to sign up for the King's Summer School in
(xx)New freelance contract causing a stir(xx)
(xx)Most Canadians think tweeting is for the birds(xx)
(xx)In the dumps(xx)
(xx)Teaching students to blog(xx)
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