by John Packman
As newspapers increase online content to include audio slideshows and video, the job of news photographer is changing.
by Steve Davis
Critics worry that Irving-owned newspapers overemphasize the potential economic boom of an ‘East Coast energy hub’ while neglecting the environmental repercussions.
by Kim Hart Macneill
Cartoonist Bruce MacKinnon and a Halifax Muslim group may not agree on editorial cartoons, but neither understand the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission’s complaints process.
by Melissa Di Costanzo
Twittermania is just one part of the next generation of journalism: news on the phone.
by Shannon Fay
When is a reporter not a reporter? When they go undercover to get a story.
By Simin Fahandejsadi
A journalism student was sentenced to death in Afghanistan. He is charged with downloading and distributing an article he found online that criticized the rights of women in Islam.
In this class, students will focus on the skills copy editors need to be able to perform the most basic and essential of their tasks: handling stories. Students will edit, on paper and on screen, real stories selected for their potential as well as for their problems. They will work on them for tightness, polish, accuracy ...