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What Women Want
Women's service magazines traditionally bring in top ad dollars. But as <strong>Barbara Jobber&...
Agent Derek Finkle
The man behind the Canadian Writer's Group would like freelancers to get what they deserve
These days, journalists have to be brand managers too
Though it may come as a shock to many in the business, not all journalism school graduates want to...
If You Don't Have Something Nice to Say…
...then you can just say it in online comments sections. <strong>Laura Janecka</strong> and...
Almost 14 years after Dudley George’s death, reporters still have a lot to learn about reporting o...
In the current economic climate, bigger isn’t always better. <strong>Jenelle DaSilva-Rupchand&...
The Price is Right
Nothing says scientific research like polling a group of magazine insiders during happy hour. This ...
It's not dead, but it's no longer a print magazine. Marco Ursi tells the RRJ Online about Masthead'...
Smaller publications swim outside the mainstream, and connect with communities that don't always ha...
Strength in Numbers
Ed2010 isn't a robot from Star Wars, it's the group where the magazine minions meet to network. And...
Fight for your Write
Lawyer and journalist Michael Geist's work centres around online copyright laws that are becoming i...
Custom publications may seem like the dark side. But as these marketing books adopt higher journali...
Last summer, CBC took Search Engine off the radio and moved it online, turning the program into a o...
After going incognito for her Maid for a Month series, Jan Wong faces a deceit and invasion of priv...
One Ombud is Better than Two Reporters
Heather Mallick's incendiary column on cbc.ca and CTV's decision to air Stéphane Dion's botched int...
Are local journalists and fixers in hot spots cut loose by our news media?
After the Buyout
In an environment of cutbacks and layoffs, some stick with the craft and others jump ship--for bett...
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