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08 April 2012
Mike Wallace's death at the age of 93 has led many to assess his impact on American journalism. But as Cecil Rosner explains, his interviewing style also influenced the course of Canadian
29 February 2012
It's a tool we all use every day, but investigative journalists need to know Google inside and out. The Canadian Centre for Investigative Reporting organized a recent seminar on the subject in
24 February 2012
In what he calls the "post-newspaper age", Richard Mostyn , former editor of Yukon News , is worried about newspaper-style reporting. That is, the writing of good, old-fashioned, patient and
04 February 2012
If you hear the word ‘hacker’ and all you can think is News of the World scandal, stop cringing. Cecil Rosner explains how working with hackers who mine for publicly available data can be beneficial
09 November 2011
Over the last seven years anyone wanting to know more about who was pulling the levers of provincial politics in British Columbia inevitably turned to Public Eye, a unique online news source, created
02 November 2011
With this weekend’s cross-border investigative journalism conference fast approaching, J-Source sat down with speaker and Globe and Mail investigative guru Julian Sher to get some early tips. Sher
20 October 2011
The phone hacking scandal at News of the World might never have been fully exposed without the dogged efforts of Guardian reporter Nick Davies. Davies, a colourful character who pulls no punches,
19 October 2011
Dominique Payette's first Ontario talk about her controversial report; Julian Assange's lawyer on keeping the media accountable; the consequences of promising to keep sources confidential. J-Source
17 October 2011
J-Source 's Investigative Journalism editor Cecil Rosner brings us a special dispatch from the Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Kiev: What it was like for the investigative journalists

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