by Lisa Weighton
Media involvement in the 1994 genocide left Rwanda with a skeleton of a press. Few teachers were left to train the next generation of reporters. The Rwanda Initiative is changing that.
By Liam Hyland
After a little more than a year, the new editor of The Daily News, Jack Romanelli, is shaking things up in the newsroom. Bringing his own editorial style to the paper, it is out with the old and in with the new. Many people around HRM have noticed a change in the paper over the last year but some are still skeptical. Either way there is a buzz around Romanelli and The Daily News.
By Kelly Ann Bazely
The Fine Lie: When does fixing the photo become fixing the story? New organizations debate over the dark cloud that sometimes blurs the ethics of altering photos.
By Andrea Jerrett
Seaside FM offers listeners a unique easy-listening format, charismatic on-air personalities and a dose of local news and entertainment. If it gains approval for a new license, it could prove fierce competition for other radio stations in metro.
By Geoff Tobin
With three Best News Writer awards from the Coast, a band as his namesake, and a bundle of artists with kind words about his work, the Chronicle Herald’s arts and entertainment reporter has made a name for himself in Halifax out of his passion for music and movies.