Support for a national council to be launched in 2015 appears to be consolidating across Canada, writes Toronto Star public editor Kathy English.
Author: Tamara Baluja
There is, in fact, a very real appetite for negative content. Audiences read it, which is why there’s so much of it. But the exponential increase in the volume of content available to us, coupled with the hall-of-mirrors repetition of the worst sorts of news, requires us to be discerning news consumers.
Herald was founded by William Gray and made its first appearance on Oct. 19, 1811.
For a full year, Esther Shannon tried a little experiment. She wrote a letter to the editor to The Globe and Mail six days a week for 12 months.
Journalists covering and writing about these events have an obligation to provide as much information and as many relevant perspectives as possible to help citizens come to their own conclusions about a complex and complicated long-running story.
Editors and reporters weigh in on how journalism students can put together the best possible portfolio.
How should we reconstruct journalism ethics now that a media revolution has left a pre-digital, professional consensus in fragments?
The organization represents nearly 350 English-speaking agricultural journalists, broadcasters and communicators from across Canada.
By Aeman Ansari, Reporter Jesse Brown was 17 when he won his first award for starting an underground student newspaper. Today, he is a National-Magazine-award winner and media critic and his work has appeared...
Canada’s first television station began broadcasting from Montreal on Oct. 9, 1931.