Toronto Star food writer Corey Mintz talks about the meal he was most nervous for.
The National Post is betting on a range of social media outlets. But will there be a profitable return on investment?
Chris Boutet’s desk at the National Post would be completely unassuming if it weren’t for the towering, narrow monitor in the corner, swarming with activity. Its sole purpose: to display TweetDeck, a program that monitors Twitter feeds. Boutet, who follows 1,600 of them, needs it to stay organized. “I have that unblinking eye staring at […]
Who's leading the way in the great media apps race?
If you want proof that mobile applications have big potential in the media industry, you’ll find some of the most telling evidence in sports. Fans are downloading them in spectacular numbers. The Hockey News announced in September that its app was downloaded for the millionth time, a notable achievement given the magazine’s single-sport niche. The […]
Some traditional critics would have you believe the Internet is an intellectual wasteland. They are so wrong
Globe and Mail culture reporter Kate Taylor has a flair for the dramatic, which she proved again one evening when she made a rather perplexing analogy: a respectable film critic should possess the same omniscient authority as celebrity handyman Mike Holmes. She was speaking at the University of Toronto’s Innis Town Hall, where a group […]
Even if opposition leaders did not support the 2011-2012 budget released by the federal government Tuesday – and set the ball rolling for a likely spring election – there is some good news: the figures announced by Minister of Finance Jim Flaherty include hundreds of millions of dollars to be spent toward digital media production […]
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Take a break from your late-night researching, writing, transcribing and editing marathons and join the Ryerson Review of Journalism Summer 2011 masthead at Tequila Bookworm. The neighbourhood book nook lives up to its namesake and will provide a bevy of alcohol….errrr, I mean, journalistic enhancers. It’ll be a night of beer drinking, snack munching, dog-eared […]
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