TORONTO, Nov. 12 /CNW/ -
November 12 to 18, 2007
- Learning Kosovo -
(FIRST PERSON) Concordia University journalism student Kinia Adamczyk
recently spent three months in the former Yugoslavia. Here this
journalist-in-the-making relates her trepidation before traveling to
Kosovo and her surprise at finding that press reports about the region
are not accurate.
-The new news...-
(LAYOUT, GRAPHICS & DESIGN) ... is how technology is giving photogs an
edge in creating and delivering multimedia content. Greg Locke looks at
some recent examples and tools to get the job done.
- The Irvings and the courts -
(MEDIA OWNERSHIP) Deb Jones tracks the story of a New Brunswick newspaper
family's legal struggle against an ex-employee who allegedly stole their
publishing secrets and now wants to start a competing newspaper.
THE BIG ISSUE
War reporting: Lest we forget, great war journalists have always brought
humanity to the foreground of their reports.
"I found a great way to boost my career in journalism was to leave
Canada. Sad, but true. We produce a lot of great journalists, but there's
not much work for them, let alone at a decent wage."
Comment: ian in hamburg
Article: CanWest cuts newsroom staff
Indie media organizations
Ethics in multimedia storytelling
Best practices in trauma reporting
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