Now on J-Source: Winner of J-Source Integrity Award; j-grads find success;
horror vs. taste

TORONTO, Jan. 27 /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
    January 26 to February 1, 2010

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    IN THE NEWS:
    http://www.j-source.ca/english_new/category.php?catid=4
    (xx)Long-time Gazette reporter dies at 72(xx)
    (xx)Ingram reflects on leaving Globe for GigaOM(xx)
    (xx)Peruvian journalist jailed for defamation(xx)
    (xx)Study examines how ads impact credibility of news(xx)
    (xx)Paul Quarrington dies at 56(xx)
    (xx)J-schooler opposes potential college strike, strikes out(xx)

    FEATURES

    EDITOR'S NOTE

    (xx)And the winner is...(xx)
    Employees who rescued a local TV station win J-Source's first Journalism
    Integrity Award. J-Source editor-in-chief and chair of the awards
    committee, Janice Neil, explains why.

    IDEAS
    (xx)Haitian earthquake: It's not about you, Dr. Gupta(xx)
    Journalists were among the first outsiders to rush to the scene of the
    earthquake in Haiti. While most have described the devastation and
    challenges confronting survivors with professionalism and humanity,
    Jeff Sallot writes, some are using the assignment to promote their own
    celebrity.

    TEACHING JOURNALISM
    (xx)How I taught my students to think about the journalism they read(xx)
    There's no way students will read 5000-word articles every week,
    colleagues told Ryerson j-prof Bill Reynolds. But they did, and
    Reynolds learned that despite the various narcotics of the web, he could
    still get students to read long pieces and step back and wonder at the
    world.

    STUDENTS' LOUNGE

    (xx)Flexibility equals success in tough job market(xx)
    Five UBC journalism grads found success after j-school. Alfred Hermida
    explains how.

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