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On Thursday, March 26, Online Media Campus hosts a special webinar presentation to help editorial staff learn how to develop successful interviewing tactics for emotional situations. Presenter Lyle Muller, executive director-editor of the Iowa Center for Public Affairs Journalism, will share his tips on how to handle sensitive interviews that you might rather not have to do, but which are necessary to do your job. Read more »
The European Union Delegation to Canada and the Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) are pleased to launch the 2015 edition of the European Union-Canada Young Journalist Fellowship. Open to young Canadian journalists and post-secondary students, the fellowship aims to recognize outstanding journalistic talent among young Canadians. Read more »
Newspapers Canada has created five different materials on our Automotive Advertising Research for use by newspapers: a PowerPoint presentation provides all the details from the research – newspapers can pull a few as needed; a one-page written summary offers an overview of the key findings; a two-pager highlights the key charts from the research; an infographic acts as a quick reference piece and works well as a leave-behind; finally, a case study gives detailed proof of advertiser success. Read more »
Newspapers Canada is pleased to announce that industry expert Aime Stein is joining the program for this year’s National Conference in Toronto. Stein is the director of training and development for Local Media Association where she develops and implements custom sales and digital training programs for media executives across the country. Read more »
Toronto Star investigative journalists Kevin Donovan, Jayme Poisson, Emily Mathieu, Randy Risling and Canadaland founder Jesse Brown have been named the winners of the 2015 Canadian Hillman Prize. The team was honoured for its coverage of sexual assault and harassment in Canada. Read more »
The Toronto Star has announced a number of editorial staff changes as it expands its tablet team. Read more »
David Trifunov has taken on a new role as the managing editor at The Daily Courier in Kelowna, B.C. Trifunov previously served as the Courier’s news editor and sports editor and most recently worked as the editor of Westside Weekly. Read more »
The International News Media Association (INMA) has announced 89 finalists in the annual INMA Awards 2015. Eight Canadian news organizations are among the nominees at the prestigious international competition, which rewards global excellence in sales and marketing among media companies. Read more »
News Photographers Association of Canada (NPAC) has announced the list of finalists for the eighth annual National Pictures of the Year (NPOY) competition. The awards received submissions from 122 of outstanding photojournalists across the country. More than 2,000 images from across Canada were entered in 14 different categories. Read more »
Andrew Halipchuk is the new community and news reporter for Glacier Media’s Rocky View Publishing in Alberta. Read more »