The free, online guide developed by Informed Opinions includes short lessons on intersectionality, trauma-informed reporting ...
Experts are concerned about the risks of disinformation, amplified by AI, as well as political propaganda disguised as facts ...
52 outlets have temporarily or permanently closed. Of these, 50 are community newspapers. 29 outlets— 18 community papers, 9 daily papers and 2 magazines — have cancelled some or all print editions.
Involving post-secondary students in petitioning civic organizations to recognize World Press Freedom Day drives home the importance of journalism for democracy. Continue Reading Classrooms advocate ...
Hind Khoudary, based in the Gaza strip, has been reporting for Al Jazeera English and her own social media channels since Oct. 7, 2023. Media experts say western news outlets, not allowed into Gaza, ...
Not talking about the state of the industry is not an option for journalism educators. But how should they do it? Continue Reading Journalism students see an industry in crisis. It’s time to talk ...
Led by five journalists, the University of Toronto course focuses on challenging eurocentric narratives in Canadian media Continue Reading New online course teaches lessons on decolonizing journalism ...
Burnout common as student editors and reporters struggle to manage school, paid work and journalism jobs that can be more than full time J-Source, led by the journalism programs at Toronto ...
Despite an endless cycle of missteps, call-outs and apologies, Canadian journalism has a terrible track record holding far-right groups to account – whether they’re in the streets or public office.
J-Source, led by the journalism programs at Toronto Metropolitan University and Carleton University, is supported by the post-secondary journalism programs at member institutions of J-Schools ...