TORONTO, Nov. 13, 2014 /CNW/ -
A new study finds that digital technologies are transforming the working conditions of Canadian journalists—and not for the better, writes Aeman Ansari.
Photographing Tina Fontaine's story
If you've been following the Tina Fontaine story, you've likely seen the work of Winnipeg photojournalist Lyle Stafford. Photojournalism editor Mark Taylor catches up with him.
With journalists following each other closely on social media and matching each other's content, there is less original reporting, writes CBC reporter Peter Cowan.
Stories that whisper, instead of screaming
For a seven-day stretch, TC Media writers filed stories from their communities that sought to capture small yet poignant moments. Field Notes Editor Julie McCann reports.
Based on the Dalton Camp Lectures in Journalism, an annual series at St. Thomas University, in Fredericton, 11 esteemed journalists talk about journalism, Canada, war, standing up to power, our tumultuous era and much more. David Swick reviews the book.
- This week in Canadian media history: Edmonton Journal begins publication
- Union stages walkout and byline strike over Chronicle Herald layoffs
- Travel advisories for journalists
- CJFE live blog: The chill in Canada's climate science
- Nov. 12: CWA Canada Media Mixer
- Nov. 17: Journalism and Technology
- Dec. 3: CJFE Gala: A Night to Honour Courageous Reporting
- More events
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