Now on J-Source: Freelancing abroad; strike threat at Globe; manufactured quotes

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    Now on J-Source - June 23 - June 30, 2009


    (xx)Freelancing abroad: 12 steps to doing it better(xx)
    After reporting for more than three years in Africa and Asia, Karen
    Palmer has tips and tricks for freelancers heading somewhere new.

    (xx)Truth, 'sexy' issues and audiotape: How a wayward recorder impacts
    privacy law(xx)
    The court battle to make Natural Resources Minister Lisa Raitt's
    unguarded comments public suggests how far a journalist can go to get a
    story without breaching privacy law, writes Dean Jobb.

    (xx)Untangling the story with facts, figures and FOI(xx)
    Simcoe Reformer reporter Monte Sonnenberg describes how a news tip from a
    concerned citizen turned into a National Newspaper Award-winning
    investigative series.


    (xx)Kidnapped Times reporter escapes after seven months: news blackout
    (xx)Vancouver wins mag of the year at WMAs(xx)
    (xx)Strike threatened at Globe and Mail(xx)


    (xx)Dying on TV: Should we be watching?(xx)
    (xx)The Toronto Star and its use of Twitter in covering the city
    (xx)Reviews mixed on Ontario court files access(xx)

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