TORONTO, Feb. 4 /CNW/ - "Now on J-Source" is the free weekly newsletter of J-Source.ca (http://j-source.ca), a website project of the Canadian Journalism Project (CJP), featuring Canadian journalism facts, opinions, tools, advice and connections.
Here's a sampling from this week's issue.
Now on J-Source
February 2 to February 8, 2010
IN THE NEWS:
(xx)Two Montreal radio stations close(xx)
(xx)Ottawa releases pictures of data to ATI requesters(xx)
(xx)Metro Morning's Andy Barrie to retire(xx)
(xx)Style at Home appoints new editor(xx)
(xx)Vancouver dailies sponsor government info centre for media during
(xx)Women's Post publisher running for mayor of Toronto(xx)
(xx)VIDEO: Interview with CHEK Victoria news director Rob Germain(xx)
Employees who rescued a local TV station in Victoria won the first J-
Source Journalism Integrity Award. J-Source editor-in-chief Janice Neil
asked CHEK news director Rob Germain about the employee takeover and how
the station has changed since.
(xx)On the ground in Haiti: "It's dangerous to divorce myself from the
After sleeping on cardboard boxes, helping a woman in labour, seeing and
smelling dead bodies and telling endless tragic stories with words and
images, Montreal Gazette reporter Sue Montgomery and photojournalist Phil
Carpenter give their accounts of the logistics, emotions, ethical
dilemmas, frustrations and surprises they encountered on the ground in
(xx)The real "climategate" scandal isn't scientific, it's journalistic
During "climategate" some of the declarations made under prominent
bylines demonstrated professional negligence, writes Chris Wood, who
thinks reporters concealed the truth and practised dishonest journalism.
THE FUTURE OF NEWS
(xx)The future of journalism is...Radiohead?(xx)
When magazine writer Paige Williams self-published a 6,000-word profile
that "had no other home," readers contributed money online. In this case,
Ira Basen writes, crowd funding worked, but what drives readers to
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