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09 May 2014
J-Source will live blog the annual CAJ conference. Today's panels include a keynote speech from Shawn Boburg, workshops on ethical journalism in the digital deluge, ethnic media and covering the
28 April 2014
A Toronto student journalist asks what the essential tools are in a journalist’s bag. As Carl Meyer, foreign affairs reporter at Embassy Newspaper , writes, the tools range from must-have gadgets to
16 April 2014
Former Globe and Mail editor-in-chief John Stackhouse has joined the C.D. Howe Institute, a public policy think tank, and the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs as a senior fellow
14 April 2014
Journalism is a tough job these days and running a smaller newsroom is among the toughest. Sun Media' digital content director Monique Beech shares her tips for leveraging social media for community
11 April 2014
While Twitter won’t say how many users there are in Canada, those who use it know it’s growing. So here are education editor Melanie Coulson's five fundamentals on Twitter that all journalists should
09 April 2014
Facebook isn’t new on the block, but it often doesn't get the respect it deserves. Education editor Melanie Coulson explains why you shouldn’t/can’t still be ignoring Facebook when it comes to
07 April 2014
What’s life like after J-School? Adrian Ma, Rana Abdel Latif, and Marit Mitchell, members of Ryerson University's first cohort of Master of Journalism students share what the alumni are up to, how
27 March 2014
As the news industry continues to shed jobs, freelancing skills have never been more important for prospective journalists. So, what makes a good freelancer? How do you sell your work to different
24 March 2014
It’s time to talk about how onstage interviews are, too often, awful. We see them again and again: live, onstage presentations where the interviewer mistakenly believes he or she is as important as

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