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Now on J-Source: Debunking criticism of media; RCI goes off-air; How can broadcast and online news work together?

June 27, 2012

TORONTO, June 27, 2012 /CNW/ -

FEATURES

J-News
Samara’s Occupiers and Legislators debunks some criticisms of the media
Belinda Alzner reports that new research from Samara into the coverage of the Occupy
movement and the government’s fall legislative agenda puts into doubt
some common criticisms of the news media.
Link to article

J-News
Radio Canada International goes off-air after 67 years of shortwave
service

After 67 years of international shortwave service, Radio Canada
International has gone off-air and online-only in response to drastic
budget cuts that representatives say will leave them unable to produce
content. Angelina Irinci reports that RCI says financial autonomy would help them out, but is the
federal government willing to consider it?
Link to article

Town Hall
Going in-depth: The relationship between broadcast and online news
Belinda Alzner highlights a report from the BBC Trust that looks at the broadcaster’s
coverage of the Arab Spring that raises the question: How can broadcast
and online news work best together?
Link to article


Ethics
Turning the page: Saying farewell and hello to changing ethics editors
After more than four years overseeing the Ethics section of J-Source,
Ivor Shapiro is stepping down. Editor-in-chief Janice Neil looks back at Shaprio’s legacy as ethics editor.
Link to article

Ethics
J-Source’s new ethics editor on ‘doing the right thing’
In her first column as J-Source’s new ethics editor, Romayne Smith Fullerton talks about what it means to ‘do the right thing’ in terms of
journalistic ethics in a highly competitive and rapidly changing
technological world.
Link to article

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TOWN HALL

Thank you for writing this, Professor McGuire. It is definitely
something that former J-Schoolers wonder about. But, what I can say in
defense of the degree is that having a BJ continues to carry much
value. I know for a fact it helped me get a few non-journalism jobs
becuase of the skills and training that my employers knew I had.

Reader: Margaret Cappa
Article: J-schools at a turning point

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