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20 May 2011
Yesterday, we told J-Source readers to go check out Ira Basen 's new article in Maisonneuve about algorithms and content farms. Today, Basen shares his thoughts on the top farm, Demand Media, and a
17 May 2011
Director Steve Pennie captures CBC's election coverage step-by-step, from the drop of the writ till the lights go out election night.
15 March 2011
When freelancer Chris Fox agreed to cover the Ontario University Athletics Women’s hockey final for the Kingston Whig-Standard , he didn’t realize what kind of commitment he was making. The historic
01 March 2011
When sports becomes news the rules of the game become blurred. CTV reporter and anchor Reg Hampton reflects on the peculiarities of covering The Heritage Classic in Calgary, and the frustration of
15 February 2011
Wilf Dinnick has reported stories from around the world, but as events unfold in Egypt he's using Twitter for minute-by-minute accounts of what journalists on the ground are experiencing--including
08 February 2011
How do you wrap a medical story when the medical community won’t talk about it? You turn to the audience. CTV health reporter Karen Owen explores the practical and ethical challenges of covering the
25 January 2011
From e-mailed press release to front page news, Calgary Herald web producer David Hedley tracks the coverage of a baby tiger’s death at the Calgary Zoo. This is the story of the multimedia lifecycle
18 January 2011
When a severe snowstorm swept into Southern Ontario in December it stranded hundreds of people on a highway near Sarnia, including Colin Stewart . While waiting to be rescued, Stewart used his
22 January 2010
Broadcasters and publishers know they can count on at least two responses to portraying graphic images of death and destruction: complaints about disgusting or invasive displays of blood and gore;


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