12 Jul

Spring 2012 conference looks at sustaining journalism for a sustainable democracy

<p>Next April, a conference organized by faculty and doctoral students from three Quebec universities will bring media scholars, media practitioners, and policymakers to Montreal to discuss ways to ensure the survival of civic-focused journalism in Canada. The conference, titled “Deliberation, Diversity and Dollars: Public Strategies for Journalism in the Canadian Media Ecology,” represents a new phase of an ongoing conversations about how to sustain Canadian journalism.

10 Jun

Journalism Strategies – Call For Papers

Academics, practitioners, and others with a demonstrated interest in these issues are invited to submit papers for presentation at Journalism Strategies, a McGill Conference whose purpose is to to re-imagine […]

26 May

Welcome to Researching Journalism

ByLisa Lynch Over the past few months, I’ve found myself grimly captivated by the North American news media’s account of what it seems to have decided are a series of […]

11 Mar

Twelve of the best

A Dozen BestA Brief Examination of Canadian Journalism and Media History One of the great regrets in searching for meaningful titles in Canadian journalism and media history is just how […]