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01 October 2013
When most people think of real-time reporting, they typically think of breaking news that's bookmarked very clearly by space and time: something happens, short posts come in to fill in the blanks,
27 September 2013
Officially launched on September 10, Editorially is the latest web-based platform to hit the collaborative writing and editing game. Developed by a team of experts, its ambition is “making it as easy
26 September 2013
Canada’s broadcast regulator released its Communication Monitoring Report for 2013, which says more than half of Canadians consume news online. The report also found that Canadians collectively
23 September 2013
There’s no question that the disruptive effect of the web is felt by the media industry. As we continue hearing declarations such as ‘the writing’s on the wall’ and ‘companies are going over the
23 September 2013
J-Source live blogged the Canadian Journalism Foundation J-Talk with John Cook, editor-in-chief of Gawker , in conversation with Jeffrey Dvorkin, program director of the journalism program at the
19 September 2013
J-Source is live blogging the Canadian Journalism Foundation J-Talk with John Cook, editor-in-chief of Gawker , in conversation with Jeffrey Dvorkin, program director of the journalism program at the
19 September 2013
During all the live coverage of the OC Transpo/VIA rail crash on the air and on twitter this morning, reporters and announcers shared the news that another victim had died bringing the death toll to
17 September 2013
The Boston Marathon bombings and Watertown manhunt challenged real-time reporting and the people who produce live coverage. Between the trauma, mixed reports, faulty tweets, photos rushed to
17 September 2013
Readers can scan the newspaper with the app Blippar to link to digital content such as videos and photo slideshows on their mobile devices.

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