TORONTO, July 3, 2015 /CNW/ -
We're happy to welcome Ryerson University assistant journalism professor Gavin Adamson and Southern Alberta Institute of Technology instructor Tyler Nagel as J-Source's new education editors.
For Canada Day, Maclean's launched an online video series meant to capture the experience of what it means to be Canadian. Chantal Braganza speaks with Director of Photography Andrew Tolson about narrative storytelling with short, GoPro-shot clips.
What are the advantages and challenges to starting your career at a rural or small-town newsroom? This week's J-Source Chat has Ont.-based Winchester Press reporter Alicia Gosselin and Dali Carmichael of the Northern Journal in Fort Smith, NWT, answering your questions on small-town reporting.
"The Yellowknifers," an online series from Edge YK magazine, proves that even in a small city of 20,000, there is no shortage of characters with fascinating stories to tell. Julie McCann talks to Edge YK reporter Mark Rendell about the art of the profile.
Last Wednesday, Halifax journalist Tim Bousquet held a birthday celebration for his one-year-old news outlet. Chantal Braganza speaks with Bousquet about the work of operating a solo-run, subscriber-funded investigative news site.
- On independent media and social change
- On the triumphs and challenges of training journalists overseas
- Tuesday Tabs: TVA layoffs, true crime podcasts and Montreal police brutality
- Motherhood and heartbreak in Andrea Curtis' "Small Mercies"
- Media on the move: July 2015
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