TORONTO, Oct. 24, 2014 /CNW/ -
J-Source has launched a new International Reporting Bureau led by Humber College professor Carey French, who outlines the challenges facing Canadian media outlets as they struggle to cover international news against a backdrop of dwindling resources.
Are there even jobs for j-students after graduation? Education columnist Janice Tibbetts shares her six-part approach for motivating students while keeping their expectations in check.
Western University is ditching its MA in journalism for a new program that will teach journalism and communications side by side. Associate Editor Tamara Baluja talks to program coordinator Mark Rayner about the changes.
Book review: Tell Everyone: Why We Share & Why It Matters
Alfred Hermida's new book, Tell Everyone: Why We Share & Why It Matters, looks at how content is shared and its role in social movements, revolutions, journalistic gaffes and corporate PR disasters, writes Tim Currie in his review.
Editors and reporters weigh in on how journalism students can put together the best possible portfolio. Student Lounge Editor Brennan Reid reports.
In a speech to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, long-time journalism educator Catherine McKercher describes the value of collective power for today's media workers.
- Live blog: Glenn Greenwald in conversation with David Walmsley
- Montreal Gazette launches redesign
- ROB reporter Kevin Carmichael leaves the Globe
- Star names new features, arts and life editors
- This week in Canadian media history: Popular column by early female journalist is cancelled
- Ottawa journalist Mark Anderson died of cancer
- Live blog: Ivor Tossell on journalism and personal branding
- Torontoist editor Hamutal Dotan joins Globe
- Ukrainian journalist Oleksiy Matsuka chosen for CJFE's International Press Freedom Award
- Jennifer Quinn named sports editor at Toronto Star
- Kathy Gannon—Canadian journalist wounded in Afghanistan—vows to return
- Emily Keeler joins National Post as books editor
- This week in Canadian media history: Montreal Herald stops publication after 146 years
- Canadian Farm Writers' Federation awards announced
OPINION & ANALYSIS
- CBC ombudsman: The difference between analysis and opinion
- Globe public editor: Why newspapers endorse political candidates
- Public editor: Why does the Star's choice of best next mayor matter?
- Globe public editor: The trouble with online surveys
- A journalism professor learns multimedia one mistake at a time
- Star public editor: Time for national press accountability
- Brunswick News ombudsman: Today's world requires you to be a smart news consumer
- Globe public editor: Advice from a long-time writer of letters to the editor
- CBC ombudsman: How do you judge balance and bias?
- Ward's Words: Why new journalism ethics have to be public, not personal
- Oct. 23: Newspapers Canada investigative journalism webinar
- Oct. 23: Glenn Greenwald: The 2014 Beaverbrook Annual Lecturer
- Oct. 23: Journalism: The Next 50 Years
- Oct. 25: Time to Talk – Media, Youth and Mental Health
- Oct. 25: Glenn Greenwald Speaks
- Oct. 26: Brunch with CBC Vancouver's Andrew Chang
- Oct. 29: Jack Webster Awards Dinner
- Nov. 7: Newzapalooza
- Nov. 17: The Dating Game: Connecting Writers and the People Who Need Them
- More events
J-Source and ProjetJ are publications of The Canadian Journalism Project, a venture among post-secondary journalism schools and programs across Canada, led by Ryerson University, Université Laval and Carleton University and supported by a group of donors.
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