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08 December 2015
Websites like Twitter, Facebook, influences what gets reported and what audiences read.Read more
22 October 2015
The new outlet tries to balance serious news reporting with a fun, satirical tone.Read more
21 October 2015
Postmedia announced on Oct. 21 that they were ending their evening tablet editions in Ottawa, Montreal and Calgary effective immediately.
08 October 2015
Tools like Kickstarter have made it possible for Aboriginal journalists to fill a reporting gap.Read
05 October 2015
Newsrooms must grapple with issues of deception and conflict of interest.Read more
28 September 2015
The Globe and Mail wins for breaking news coverage of Ottawa shooting, while The Canadian Press, UBC, Sheridan College among finalists.
24 September 2015
Can't get to California for the Online News Association Conference? Well, you can follow along here. J-Source Video Gallery Editor and Sheridan professor Nicole Blanchett Neheli is in Los Angeles as
24 September 2015
Canadian Press photo editor Marie-Espérance Cerda puts viewers in the midst of Montreal's May Day protests.Read
31 July 2015
Finding sources to comment on stories about specific topics is more time-consuming than most journalists initially realize, says co-founder.


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