2012

Jalifax Chronicle Herald, April 14, 2012   Don’t take free press for granted                                                                                   Article related to RJRC press freedom conference Click here

Toronto Star, April 13, 2012                                                                                          Readers asked about role of press councils in digital age                                     Story about press council research by Ivor Shapiro and Lisa Taylor

Toronto Star, April 13, 2012                                                                                             Media accountability: Share your opinion of the future of Canada’s press councils Click here

Ryerson University: News & Events, March 23, 2012                                               Study find public political discourse misses the mark on child care issues           Features study by Ryerson journalism professor Ann Rauhala Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project, March 14, 2012                              There is no such thing called freedom’ for journalists working in ethnic media   Story by Sahar Fatima on challenges faced by ethnic media journalists while reporting on terror Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project, March 14, 2012                                         Press Freedom in Canada: Public apathy, ‘courthouse culture’ and new media challenges                                                                                                                              Summary and highlights of the Press Freedom in Canada conference at Ryerson University Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project, March 12, 2012                                      Libel and intimidation: Regarding Twit-slips and SLAPPs                                 Coverage of the “Privacy, libel and intimidation: Press freedom and the strong arm of the law” panel at Ryerson’s Press Freedom conference Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project, March 12, 2012                                          #freepresscda lunch with Tony Burman Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project, March 12, 2012                                          Media mediocrity, lunch with Tony Burman and courtroom tweeting: A roundup of #freepresscda Day 1 Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project, March 9, 2012                                       Courthouse Culture                                                                                                        Article on panel at Ryerson’s Press Freedom conference Click here

Toronto Star, March 9, 2012                                                                                   Canadian Charter of Rights: What is the status of press freedom in Canada?         Public Editor Kathy English quotes Professor Ivor Shapiro in this piece about Ryerson’s conference marking the 30th anniversary of the Charter Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project, March 8, 2012                                    You Can’t Say That!                                                                                                              Article on “You can’t say that! Press freedom and the expression of opinion” panel at Ryerson’s Press Freedom conference Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project, February 29, 2012                                    Press Freedom: Who gives a damn, anyway?                                                         Article by Ivor Shapiro discussing the apathy surrounding press freedom in Canada Click here

Globe and Mail, February 24, 2012                                                                                  Brothers Ford taking it to The City                                                                               Includes comments from School of Journalism professor Suanne Kelman Click here

Toronto Star, February 3, 2012                                                                                  Leveson Inquiry: Can Canada learn from British inquiry into press ethics? Click here

2011

Ryerson University: News & Events, March 23, 2012                                               Study find public political discourse misses the mark on child care issues           Features study by Ryerson journalism professor Ann Rauhala Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project, March 14, 2012                              There is no such thing called freedom’ for journalists working in ethnic media   Story by Sahar Fatima on challenges faced by ethnic media journalists while reporting on terror Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project, March 14, 2012                                         Press Freedom in Canada: Public apathy, ‘courthouse culture’ and new media challenges                                                                                                                              Summary and highlights of the Press Freedom in Canada conference at Ryerson University Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project, March 12, 2012                                      Libel and intimidation: Regarding Twit-slips and SLAPPs                                 Coverage of the “Privacy, libel and intimidation: Press freedom and the strong arm of the law” panel at Ryerson’s Press Freedom conference Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project, March 12, 2012                                          #freepresscda lunch with Tony Burman Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project, March 12, 2012                                          Media mediocrity, lunch with Tony Burman and courtroom tweeting: A roundup of #freepresscda Day 1 Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project, March 9, 2012                                       Courthouse Culture                                                                                                        Article on panel at Ryerson’s Press Freedom conference Click here

Toronto Star, March 9, 2012                                                                                   Canadian Charter of Rights: What is the status of press freedom in Canada?         Public Editor Kathy English quotes Professor Ivor Shapiro in this piece about Ryerson’s conference marking the 30th anniversary of the Charter Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project, March 8, 2012                                    You Can’t Say That!                                                                                                              Article on “You can’t say that! Press freedom and the expression of opinion” panel at Ryerson’s Press Freedom conference Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project, February 29, 2012                                    Press Freedom: Who gives a damn, anyway?                                                         Article by Ivor Shapiro discussing the apathy surrounding press freedom in Canada Click here

Globe and Mail, February 24, 2012                                                                                  Brothers Ford taking it to The City                                                                               Includes comments from School of Journalism professor Suanne Kelman Click here

Toronto Star, February 3, 2012                                                                                  Leveson Inquiry: Can Canada learn from British inquiry into press ethics? Click here

Openfile.ca, December 29, 2011                                                                                       What can an ethnocultural newspaper tell us about our city?                                    Story on Ryerson professor April Lindgren’s research on local news content in ethnic news media Click here

Globe and Mail, December 19, 2011                                                                          Those who inspired in 2011                                                                                           Story cites panel featuring female war correspondents who spoke at the RJRC’s 2011 Women in the Field symposium Click here

The Link, Radio Canada International, December 14, 2011                                           Story features Ryerson professor April Lindgren’s research on local news content in ethnic news media Click here

Omni Television, November 28, 2011                                                                                 Story feature’s April Lindgren’s research on local news content in ethnic news media

CBC Metro Morning, November 25, 2011                                                                           Story feature’s Ryerson professor April Lindgren’s research on local news content in ethnic news media

The Toronto Review of Books, November 25, 2011                                                           Reviewing the critic: The ever-increasing canon of Kamal Al-Solaylee’s theatre criticism                                                                                                                                Review of Ryerson professor Kamal Al-Solaylee’s book, Tonight at the Tarragon: A Critic’s Anthology Click here

Xtra, November 24, 2011                                                                                                   A tribute to Toronto’s Tarragon: Critic Kamal Al-Solaylee launches anthology of seminal theatre’s memorable works Click here

Canadian Press, October 7, 2011                                                                                 Victory that seemed likely months ago slips through Tim Hudak’s fingers          Ryerson professor April Lindgren interviewed about results of Ontario election campaign

AM640 (640 Toronto Radio), September 21, 2011                                                             Story on Ontario election campaign strategy quotes Ryerson professor April Lindgren

Global News: Toronto, September 20, 2011                                                                       April Lindgren interviewed about politicians controlling perception on the campaign trail

CBC News: Toronto (CBLT-TV) Toronto, September 15, 2011                                       Discussion features Ryerson professor April Lindgren on provincial election polls

The New York Times, August 24, 2011                                                                               After Player’s Death, a Question of Privacy Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project                                                                       Commenting on the dead: all in the timing? Click here

London Free Press, August 23, 2011                                                                                 Hudak won’t commit on costs Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project                                                                       Pink Flak jackets and babies: there’s more to women in the field Click here

Telegraph Journal, March 28, 2011                                                                                   Twitter in the courtroom: how much is too much?

Globe and Mail, March 28, 2011                                                                                        Dominance of coalition chatter betrays an embarassing truth Click here

Toronto Star, March 25, 2011                                                                                           English: Women have come a long way Click here

Toronto Sun, March 25, 2011                                                                                                  A great sport: Gaillard scored one for female broadcasters Click here

Toronto Star, March 24, 2011                                                                                           Questions over Layton’s health; does the public really need to know? Click here

Canada Meets World, March 23, 2011                                                                              Canadian women covering war – twice the battle, half the sky Click here

The Sault Star, February 5, 2011                                                                                      Toronto’s ‘snowmageddon’ warnings may not be as silly as they seem

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project                                                                      Pros vs. joes Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project                                                                      Marching to the police beat Click here

Toronto Star, February 3, 2011                                                                                        Snow scare prepared us, experts say

The Globe and Mail, January 29, 2011                                                                              On a trip back to Cairo, the guilt sets in; Returning to the city where he grew up, a Toronto professor is struck by the growing gap between the haves and have-nothings

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project                                                                      Why the media doesn’t cover suicide (and why it should) Click here

J-Source: The Canadian Journalism Project                                                                       Journalist Terrence Belford passes away Click here

National Post, January 20, 2011                                                                                           Is the truth stranger than non-fiction? Click here

The Canadian Press, January 7, 2011                                                                                 Liberals say it’s premature to talk about McGuinty leaving after Oct. 6 election

2010

City News Toronto, December 23, 2010                                                                             From Colonel To Sex Killer: Russell Williams Chosen Newsmaker Of The Year Click here

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