Toronto journalism-related events
Nicely curated list of journalism & digital culture events around the city
Reuters' Handbook of Journalism
The news service has posted its core journalistic principles online
Free book on digital literacy for journalists
An excellent resource for online journalism as its practiced today.
Behind the loud intro is a wealth of resources for creating multimedia journalism online.
Wikis on journalism skills
The Online Journalism Review launched a series of wikies targetted to non-professional journalists.
New CAR site
A very rough looking site for computer-assisted reporting in Canada, with links to database material.
Love-ing new media journalism
Mr. Holovaty points to a days-old site from Gary Love on new media journalism. The site looks to be the kind I was first hoping to create with this one; that is a content-rich resource on the unrealized potential in online journalism. Love has a lot of experience in the field, but has decided not to tie his name to the project (depsite using his personal’s site design). The result is a site whose pseudo-anonymity weakens the integrity of the well-thought out articles. Still worth a bookmark, though
LaPointe’s list; DOM2 Events in IE
Kirk LaPointe has assembled a mammoth list of news- and media-related links. The look is not pretty, but with Type Ahead Find, or a bit of patience, the list is an impressive resource. (LaPointe, by the way, was the Senior Vice-President at CTV News, the Executive Editor of the National Post, as well as the editor of The Hamilton Spectator. He’s now “at large”.)
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