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"Into the Wild" : A journalism classic revisited

By Christopher B. Daly 

As usual, I’m using the summer to catch up on my reading. Here’s a look back by Jon Krakauer, revisiting his break-out work on the death of Christopher McCandless, which became the basis for Krakauer’s best-seller… 91 more words


Changes in the Region's Media Scene - BuzzFeed in, Dubai One is out, and we say goodbye to Iain Akerman

The summer is traditionally a quiet period for the region; the same goes for Ramadan. This year seems to have been the exception to the rule. 690 more words

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Continuing education after journalism school

Sometimes I feel stupid.

Wholly, woefully, completely ignorant of many aspects of life, especially when it comes to surviving in Canada’s ever-declining journalism market, but some people thrive in these conditions. 658 more words

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Convergence has changed the view of ‘traditional’ journalism completely. Most of our news is now readily available online instead of in print; in a society where online is the preferred method of accessing news stories, convergence has had a massive impact on the method that these news stories are presented, and on the journalists who write them. 148 more words


Qatar and the 2022 World Cup

Sure, it’s eight years away, but it will be here before you know it. And for some, the truth of the 2022 World Cup is all too real. 847 more words


The Key to Journalistic Success: Experience, Experience, Experience

Journalism is one of those fields, like medicine, where the only thing that makes you better is experience. Luckily, we’re less likely to physically harm people with our mistakes — though we can certainly cause harm, alas — so a lot of our learning comes the hard way. 254 more words

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It seems like a no-brainer: they offer protection and pleasure for both sexes, so why is uptake so low? See my story published this week …

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