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  • Does the public have the right to know? How differing police practices on naming crime victims can affect reporting

    This is one of a series of features, news articles and videos on the June 2017 conference “Is no local news bad news? Local journalism and its future” hosted by the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre. To read more about the conference and local news, visit:  localnews.journalism.ryerson.ca. By SIERRA BEIN Staff reporter The first time Kim Bolan received a death threat…

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  • How crime reporting ethics shift through cultures

    This is one of a series of articles and videos on the June 2017 conference “Is no local news bad news? Local journalism and its future” hosted by the Ryerson Journalism Research Centre. Watch the full conference panel below. To read more about the conference and local news, visit:  localnews.journalism.ryerson.ca. By SIERRA BEIN Staff reporter Journalists around the world make…

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  • Journalists in Mexico are risking their lives to do their job

    By JASMINE BALA Staff reporter Mexico’s drug cartels are making full use of cyberspace to mount a campaign of intimidation targeting the country’s journalists and society, says exiled Mexican journalist Luis Horacio Nájera. Since he fled Mexico in 2008, the drug cartels’ presence on social media has expanded and they now broadcast torture, decapitations and killings on blogs like Blog…

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