RRJ to move to annual publication - a note from the publisher

The RRJ print edition moves to annual publication.

March 1, 2013 | Comments (1) - Report an Error

 

FROM THE PUBLISHER


For most of its first 30 years, the Ryerson Review of Journalism has appeared twice a year, although we have experimented with various combinations for the timing of the two print issues. Now, we have decided to concentrate our resources on producing a single bigger and better annual review of journalism in Canada.

The enlarged and enhanced annual print issue will appear each spring.

We won't just save costs this way; we will also serve our audience better with an issue that has been prepared by a united group of outstanding final-year students, collaborating on the single issue under the guidance of a single instructor along with leading professional editors and an art director.

We also hope to feature longer investigative articles written as major research projects by our Master of Journalism students. All this, plus a seriously beefed-up online presence, details of which will come soon.

I hope you enjoy the Summer 2013 issue, which will be shipped to subscribers in early April, and look forward to the Spring 2014 issue. Your subscription will be adjusted to reflect the number of issues you subscribed for. Meanwhile, keep watching RRJ.ca and following @RyersonReview.

If you have any questions or suggestions, please let me know.

Thanks for your support

Ivor Shapiro

Publisher, Ryerson Review of Journalism

chair.journalism@ryerson.ca

 

 

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faigin heighbard
not updating subscription. weak content....
Posted on 04/03/2013
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