TORONTO, Sept. 9, 2016 /CNW/ -
Inside Colour Code, The Globe and Mail's newest podcast
Co-host Denise Balkissoon tells H.G. Watson why she and Hannah Sung wanted to start a podcast about race in Canada, and takes you behind the scenes of its creation.
Back to school with J-Source
Whether you have first-year jitters or are getting your Masters, we have you covered. Miles Kenyon asked five seasoned journalists where they get their news from. Julie McCann caught up with five recent grads to find out how their careers are going. And we crowdsourced some advice for first-years.
All Governments Lie celebrates spirit of reporter I.F. Stone
A new film by Canadian filmmaker Fred Peabody looks closely at the muckraking journalists who work outside of mainstream media. Peabody speaks to H.G. Watson in advance of the film's premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Behind the scenes of an historic photo
An image is a powerful thing and this is one you've never seen before. This is the first time so many black women working in media have come together in the same space for one photo. Camille Dundas explains how the photo came together.
When News Organizations Say "No Comment"
Jeffrey Dvorkin argues that while comments have become an all-too frequent swamp of racism, misogyny and general weirdness, dispensing with them may not be in the best interests of news organizations.
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