Columnist Joe Banks says today’s journalists are expected to have the same skills they always did—but technology makes the job easier.
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Former CBC TV reporter Mellissa Fung finds a new mission in the country where she was held captive.
What is the media’s duty of care toward victims of sexual assault who speak out and open themselves up to online abuse and bullying?
Readers tell The Globe to remember that this is a turning point for society’s understanding of sexual harassment and abuse of women.
Canadian broadcast media led with the thaw in Buffalo as the focus online while newspapers looked at other foreign news.
How is coverage of Jian Ghomeshi different from coverage on Rob Ford, and should we keep seeing his photo attached to stories? Public editor Sylvia Stead addresses these reader concerns.
Does the government prioritize international media requests over ones from alternative, independent Canadian media?
Toronto journalists host Broadsheet, a networking event for women in media.
Around the World: Deadly attack in Jerusalem and Ferguson state of emergency lead Canadian world headlines
A deadly attack in Jerusalem and unrest in a Missouri town were featured prominently in Canadian world sections Tuesday.