TORONTO, Nov. 27, 2014 /CNW/ -
True crime story prompts Hamilton Spectator to try new format
The 20,000-word "Railroaded" project was published as a 32-page stand-alone tabloid section, which was free for subscribers or for sale for $1. Plus: The Spec's managing editor, Jim Poling, on how the project raises serious and troubling questions about our justice system and freedom of information.
Media Musings: The tools have changed, but the job hasn't
Columnist Joe Banks says today's journalists are expected to have the same skills they always did—but technology makes the job easier.
Covering Ebola: Preparing for the unimaginable
CBC producer Stephanie Jenzer talks to Marielle Torrefranca, of J-Source's International Bureau, about the challenges of covering Ebola on the ground in Liberia.
Heather Persson becomes The StarPhoenix's first woman editor
As the Saskatoon paper's first woman editor, Heather Persson talks about addressing gender inequality in the newsroom and supporting young journalists with Carys Mills.
Reaction to MacIntyre's comments about CBC's "toxic atmosphere"
A look at how people responded to Linden MacIntyre's critique of the public broadcaster on social media by Carys Mills.
- Covering Afghanistan: Mellissa Fung on telling the other side of the story
- Calgary Herald launches redesign on Tuesday
- Reaction to MacIntyre's comments about CBC's "toxic atmosphere"
- Updated: Bell Media eliminates 80 jobs in national radio and TV
- Toronto Standard gets out of news
- Delacourt to write only once a week for the Toronto Star
- Ryerson and the Neptis Foundation partner to teach students data journalism
- LIVE: Mashable's Jim Roberts in conversation with James Bradshaw
- Covering Ebola: Preparing for the unimaginable
- Brunswick News Ombudswoman: Why we use names in court reporting
- Muzzled scientists: The challenge of reporting on climate change in Canada
- Andrew Coyne leaves Twitter
- Shameless magazine celebrates 10th anniversary
- How the 'right kind' of media can help prevent youth suicide
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