Megan Jones examines the mental health of journalists across Canada, and reports on the challenges they face in addressing their own mental health concerns.
Marissa Dederer reports on visual and multimedia-based journalists, and why their skills aren’t being effectively used in newsrooms.
Christina Pellegrini jumps into the world of BlackBerry Ltd., formerly known as Research In Motion, and explores how company management bullied Canadian journalists.
In the Spring 2014 issue, Graeme Bayliss sees fear and loathing on the campaign trail when journalists run for office.
Read Miro Rodriguez’s story about tools citizens use to record, share and make news. Available in the Spring 2014 issue of the Ryerson Review of Journalism.
Journalists at schools across the country are under attack from the politicians who control their budgets
Last summer, Queen’s University’s The Journal ran a story on the renovation and rebranding of a money-losing campus pub. Two months later, the school’s student government pulled its ads—a large part of the paper’s revenue. The move was, according to co-editor-in-chief Alison Shouldice, “an extreme threat to the democracy of the student body on campus.” […]
Daniel Sellers explores how brand publishers are moving in on journalism’s turf.
Watch Jessica Galang's trailer for her upcoming article, The Brampton Guardian's Identity Crisis, in the Spring 2014 issue of the Ryerson Review of Journalism.
By Eric Zaworski Watch Jessica Galang’s trailer for her upcoming article, The Brampton Guardian’s Identity Crisis, in the Spring 2014 issue of the Ryerson Review of Journalism.
Watch the trailer for Krystyna Henke's piece, which exposes the relationship between reporters and spies in Canada.
By Eric Zaworski Watch the trailer for Krystyna Henke’s piece, which exposes the relationship between reporters and spies in Canada.