Posts Tagged “journalism”

140 Characters in Search of a Story

By Ashley Csanady | February 14, 2011

Social media are reshaping political coverage in Ottawa, for better and for worse. This is a re-post of Ashley Csanady’s piece from the winter issue of The Ryerson Review of Journalism. Kady O’Malley needs a BlackBerry. Brow furrowed, she hurries into a large West Block room with rectangular windows and a view of a statue [...]

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Young journalists crossing over

By Rachel McHollister | January 27, 2011

Generation Y journalists are increasingly moving out of the newspaper industry and into corporations that not only pay more, but utilize their knowledge of the newly changed landscape in this era of multimedia. “Being someone who has a background in journalism and able to utilize today‚Äôs form of technology is a rare commodity,” said Lauren [...]

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