Rogers Communications is teaming with pugnacious cultural magazine and digital outlet Vice Media in a $100-million joint venture that will launch a new TV channel and open a production studio in downtown Toronto.
J-Source will hire a new associate editor.
The International Reporting Bureau at Humber College reviews travel advisories for journalists working abroad weekly. These advisories were last updated on Oct. 29, 2014. Incidents involving journalists are generally limited to 2014, with exceptions...
International coverage by Canadian news outlets split focus between the military movements in Iraq and Syria with worldwide Ebola coverage.
When a producer from CNN called Carleton University’s journalism school for help covering the Ottawa attack, Kelly Hobson jumped at the opportunity.
Canadian news coverage of the Ottawa attack has been praised around the world for its restraint in the face of terror, many being lockdown or out of their newsrooms, as well as conflicting and confusing information on social media. So how did newsrooms cover the attack?
Here are some of the must-reads about how Canadian media covered the shooting in Ottawa.
By Aeman Ansari, Reporter Justin Ling, a freelance journalist in the Parliamentary Press Gallery, was locked inside the cafeteria for hours after shots were fired on Parliament Hill last week. Ling spoke with J-Source...
Canadian world sections shifted attention back to ISIS and the unfolding conflict against jihadist forces in Syria and Iraq Wednesday.
WikiWash, new software conceived by journalists at Metro News, is helping users—including reporters—watch and track edits made to Wikipedia articles in real time.