TORONTO, March 13, 2015 /CNW/ -
How—and why—The Globe and Mail adopted SecureDrop technology
On Mar. 4, the Globe launched its own SecureDrop system, an open-source information submission program. The claim: not only does it help potential whistleblowers, but journalists, too.
Brunswick News Inc. lays off photography staff at two Maritime papers
Photographers at BNI papers, including the Telegraph-Journal and Times & Transcript, were laid off this week, effectively eliminating the photography desks in those two newsrooms. Chantal Braganza reports.
Saving journalism, one exposé at a time
Toronto Star investigative editor Kevin Donovan delivers Carleton University's 16th Annual Kesterton Lecture. This year's theme: how investigative journalism is turning people onto the news again.
Charlie Hebdo and the journalism classroom
Ryerson University student Lauren Harris explores how journalism instructors across the country dealt with teaching freedom of expression, editorial judgment and cultural awareness in the wake of this year's Charlie Hebdo attacks.
Media on the Move: March 2015
Our regular update on moves, hires and promotions in Canadian journalism for the first half of March features the Globe and Mail, Bloomberg Canada, Maclean's and TIME.
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