Now on J-Source: Music journalism; revealing secrets; print battle

TORONTO, Aug. 18 /CNW/ -


**Journalism jobs for newbies hard to come by: study
**Canadian Immigrant publisher resigns
**Print-on-demand for new fashion mag
**Maclean's columnist invited to "off-the-record" policy retreat
**Stevie Cameron's new e-book
**CBC in 3D
**Toronto Life video promotes Bryant cover
**Quebecor Q2 results show ad, revenue increase
**Canadian Primedia acquires Kubus Consultants
**Chatelaine nabs new art director
**New publisher, editor at Eye Weekly
**J-school applications drop in Ontario
**Canadian mags see circ decline
**CTV police reporter Jim Junkin to retire

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***How to reveal secrets***
Whistleblowing can afflict the comfortable, but can also do more harm than good, Stephen Ward writes. When will sites like WikiLeaks produce a code of ethics?

***Newspapers prepare for battle***
Canada's four largest media companies are gearing up to fight for ads and eyeballs with a variety of strategies - who will come out on top? J-Source recaps Canadian Business' analysis.

***Music journalism: low fidelity***
Smart rock criticism in the dailies was once number one with a bullet. Now the pages are full of boosters who never mind the bollocks. This week we feature Jessica Lewis' article from the spring issue of the Ryerson Review of Journalism.

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