TORONTO, June 23 /CNW/ -
IN THE NEWS: http://www.j-source.ca/english_new/category.php?catid=4
(xx)The New Yorker goes Canuck
(xx)Tyee reaches fellowship goal: time for journos to apply
(xx)RTNDA announces annual award winners
(xx)Journalist Cynthia Brouse passes away
(xx)Bloomberg.com relaunches with paid content
(xx)Air India report: CJFE calls for killers of journalist to be brought
(xx)Was Toronto Life right?: D.B. Scott
(xx)The uncontrollable rise of "so"
(xx)New journalism fellowship aimed at adult literacy
(xx)Sun Media fires Ottawa bureau employees
(xx)CBC's Krista Erickson to join Sun TV News
(xx)Carole Beaulieu appointed as publisher of L'actualité magazine
(xx)Getting bloody for World Cup scoop(xx)
The Toronto Star's Cathal Kelly goes where no journalist has gone before - behind the "wall of silence" of North Korea's soccer team.
His trick: accidential injury.
COVERING VIOLENCE & TRAUMA
(xx)Aqsa Parvez: a question of honour(xx)
In light of the recent guily plea by Aqsa Parvez' father and brother,
Was Toronto Life wrong to label her murder an honour killing? The author doesn't think so. Melissa Wilson reports.
(xx)Conference roundup part 3(xx)
After two straight months of journalism galas, conferences and award ceremonies, J-Source has created an ongoing roundup of event coverage, from Esquire editor David Granger's marquee speech to service articles on investigative journalism, SEO writing and science reporting from the CAJ, Magnet, CSWA and RTNDA.
(xx)Journalists fleeing oppression lost in limbo(xx)
Mir Mahdavi fled a death sentence. His so-called crime: battling corruption in an Afghan paper. Now he's safe in Canada, shut out from his profession--and he's not alone. This week we feature Mateo Stein's story from the summer issue of the Ryerson Review of Journalism.
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