By Zak Markan
The press may have the pen, but the military has the whiteout:
the tug-of-war over the release of detainee documents
By Hartley Butler George
Depends whom you ask . . . a look at the relationship between photojournalism and artistic photography.
By Andrea Klassen
A 13-year-old girl’s murder trial captured the nation’s attention, and consumed James Neeley’s life. How a rookie reporter got the story of his career, and a lesson in courtroom trauma.
By Whitney Hooper
When Canadians tune in to watch the nation’s leaders kicking back with Rick Mercer or answering questions for This Hour Has 22 Minutes comedians, they probably don’t expect to get much more than a good chuckle. But more and more people are recognizing that politicians use these programs to show the public their true personalities and be a little bit more human than traditional media may allow.
By Erin Delorey
The Valley Today struggled to survive as a daily newspaper, but strong advertising competition, a weak start, and inexperience plagued the paper. After only three months of making newspapers, the Valley Today capsized, sending some talented reporters to stand in the unemployment line.